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Jan 19, 2013 4:30am PST
president obama was sworn into office, so what will michelle obama wear to this weekend's inaugural events? we'll have a look at the first lady's fashion, coming up. >>> i think that there's no more higher purpose right now than to take care of folks, put themselves in harm's way, protect our freedoms. >> more than half a million folks have done more than one tour. that's a tremendous emotional and physical burden we've put on our folks that's totally unprecedented. >> we're acknowledging that people are always going to have some effect. we just want them to be able to be better at making that transition back to civilized society and not carrying around that pain of war for the rest of their life. i am skip russo, clinical psychologist at the university of southern california, institute for creative technologies. with so much competition, finding the right job is never easy. but with the nation's largest alumni network, including those in key hiring positions, university of phoenix can help connect you to a world of opportunity. something this delicious could only come from nature. new nec
CNN
Jan 19, 2013 7:30am EST
to martin luther king jr. later, michelle obama and jill biden host a concert for american military families and their children. so as president obama prepares to kick off his second term, we wanted to know how the american people think that he's doing as he closes out the fist one. cnn political editor paul steinhauser is here in washington with me this morning. good morning to you. so thumbs or thumbs down. how do they think he's doing? >> we have some polls, a lot of polls. a lot of polls have skasked, ise doing a good job? do you approve or not approve? our cnn poll of polls say 53% say, yes, they approve of the job the president is doing in office, 42% disapprove. but what about the specific issues, not overall. take a look at this from orc, look at the numbers on the left, randi. these are where he's doing very well on the issues, terrorism, environment, foreign affairs, immigration, but those are not so important to americans. the economy, he's at 48%. what's the second most important? the deficit, we know that's been in the news lately, 41%. so it depends on the issue. >> an
CNN
Jan 22, 2013 12:00am PST
michelle obama. >> and now, please welcome grammy and academy award winner jennifer hudson. ♪ ♪ i'm loving you whether times are good or bad happy or sad ♪ ♪ let's groove ♪ i am so in love with you ♪ whatever you want to do is all right with me ♪ ♪ you make me feel so brand new ♪ ♪ i want to spend my life with you ♪ ♪ let me say since we've been together loving you forever ♪ ♪ is what i need ♪ well let me be the one you come running to ♪ ♪ i will never be untrue ♪ ah baby lets let's stay together ♪ ♪ loving you whether whether times are good or bad happy or sad ♪ >> joining the first couple are staff sergeant nelson and gunnery sergeant timothy easterly. ♪ whether times are good or bad happy or sad ♪ ♪ tell me why people break up turn around and break up ♪ ♪ i just can't see ♪ because you never do that to me ♪ ♪ would you baby ♪ saying you won't is all i need ♪ ♪ let's let's stay together loving you whether whether times are good or bad happy or sad ♪ ♪ yeah let's stay together ♪ because i'm loving you now whether tim
CNN
Jan 21, 2013 6:00pm PST
michelle obama for the first time. looking amazing in red. a lot of folks trying to figure out who the designer is. we don't yet know exactly who the designer is, but i imagine we will very quickly. a lot of folks making phone calls right now, i can tell you that, to find out. president obama speaking to troops in kandahar who could not be at the commander in chief's ball, and here the first couple will also go to the inaugural ball in the same complex with tens of thousands of people, about 30,000 or so people are in attendance, eager to see the first couple do their first dance at the inaugural ball. sally quinn, you have been watching along. do you like what you saw? >> i like the dress very much. it's very understated. the design of it is very understated, but she's been wearing quite somber colors over the last few days. navies and dark colors, and it seemed she was making a statement. so when she comes out in the bright red, it's sort of like, here i am, you know? i think, you know, i think it's not quite what i would have expected. i thought that she might wear something that ha
CNN
Jan 21, 2013 8:00pm PST
to see you. >> i like watching him dance to mana. >> yeah. >> all eyes are on michelle obama and what she's going to wear tonight. she received rave reviews for what she wore today. right now, two designers are waiting to see which dress she picked. they won't know until we see her. >> excitement mounting. even will.i.am wants to know. ♪ ♪ ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. music: "make someone happy" music: "make someone happy" ♪it's so important to make someonhappy.♪ it's so important to make meone happy.♪ ♪make just one someone happy ♪and you will be happy too. barrow island has got rare kangaroos. ♪ chevron has been developing energy here for decades. we need to protect their environment. we have a strict quarantine system to protect the integrity of the environment. forty years on, it's still a class-a nature reserve. it's our job to look after them. ...it's my job to look after it. ♪ >>> welcome back to our continuing coverage of the presidential inauguration. i'm ande
CNN
Jan 19, 2013 4:30pm EST
well, dad, i spent my childhood living with monks learning the art of dealmaking. you've mastered monkey-style kung fu? no. priceline is different now. you don't even have to bid. master hahn taught you all that? oh, and he says to say (translated from cantonese) "you still owe him five bucks." your accent needs a little work. >>> okay. do you guys see that little -- look at that little obama doll. i'm don lemon live from the national mall in washington. it is just past -- just past the half hour here on cnn, live on the mall. it's so amazing here. excitement is building here in washington to mark the end of president obama's first term in office. and another four years. among the traditions on these inaugural weekends are the galas and the parties. and about 90 minutes, a very special host will kick off the kids' inaugural concert and our brooke baldwin is there. i like to call her brookster. brook, are you ready for this the kids' inaugural mall? >> don lemon, i will take your national mall and raise you a couple mega stars in this building, my friend, the first lady of the united states and dr. joe biden, the likes of katy perry and usher and nick cannon, mindless behavior, far east movement. i could keep going. the party will be here, but truly, the stars tonight are the children. and what's so significant about this, and so near and dear to the hearts of the first lady and dr. biden, the fact that the sacrifices, of course, not just for our men and women in uniform, but for their spouses and for their children, and i have to tell you, across the street i talked to a bunch of kids who are psyched to be here, understand why they're being honored, but really excited for the stars and their singing. take a look. who are you so excited to see perform? >> katy perry. >> reporter: katy perry? >> and my favorite song is "i want to work." >> reporter: can you sing a little of it for me? >> sure. ♪ i'm wide awake ♪ i picked up every piece ♪ that's okay it's because a story now ♪ >> reporter: we were hearing the next, you know, katy perry's out here on the sidewalk, don lemon. they're thrilled to see the stars perform. but obviously, this is really to honor the men and women in union for the. and as i said, the families. from what i understand, this is a packed house, about 5,500 people. this is a ticket-only event and in talking to some of the folks putting this on, these are hand-picked families from the department of defense, folks from the fischer house, blue star families, the wounded warrior project. and i talked to one dad who was with his daughter, and he wanted to say thank you to the president, thank you to the first lady, to make this so special. watch. >> it's big. it is. it really -- makes everything we go through, you know -- we look around now and it's so beautiful here. and we've been through some hard times. and you know, we looked around at other times and it was kind of different. so to know that they care enough about those times, you know, to put on things, you know, here back home, it just feels wonderful. >> reporter: so as we look forward to this in about an hour and a half, don lemon, you have, of course, malia and sasha, the first daughters are here. i have been told the grand daughters of dr. joe biden will be here as well. so far no word on whether they'll be on stage. if this is like 2009, i have a feeling we will see them showing off some moves on stage later. nick cannon is hosting. we're hoping to talk to him. we're going to take this live. >> oh, my god, who is not there? >> reporter: don lemon, back to you. you, apparently. >> you're going to have jr martinez live. >> reporter: jr martinez coming up, "dancing with the stars." this is the place to be, my friend. you drew the short straw. >> party, party, party. brooke, see you next hour. thank you, my friend. parties, concerts, celebrities. who is going where? who will be performing? everything you need to know about the inauguration, the social scene. that is next. look at that cute little nugget right there. what are you doing? nothing. are you stealing our daughter's school supplies and taking them to work? no, i was just looking for my stapler and my... this thing. i save money by using fedex ground and buy my own supplies. that's a great idea. i'm going to go... we got clients in today. [ male announcer ] save on ground shipping at fedex office. >>> the inauguration kickstarts the washington social scene into my gear. the beltway party is a concert, president obama showing off his dance moves. ♪ ♪ here i am baby >> how often does that happen, want to bring in our "washington post" writer, writing the reliable source column. four years ago, the obamas raced to ten balls and now they're paring it down to two? >> i think they're consolidated. they will have nearly as many people as last time, about 40,000 people at two balls at the convention center. this means they don't have to travel sarnd as much, frankly. so they will have to dance on different levels. >> so what kind of dance sequel are you expecting? is he going to dance this time like he did to stevie wonder, dance tunes or anything? is he going to sing? >> i hope we'll see a line dance this time. that would be great. >> what do you think he's going to do? any idea? >> i don't know. i mean, i have no idea. really. >> last time they did the great dance and then beyonce sang. yeah. so this time, what do you think? the excitement is different this time. it's a little bit more reserved and pulled back. >> it always is for a second inauguration. it's just not as big a deal. having said that, i've been astounded by the number of parties, balls, galas, events we have been getting invitations to just in the past three days. >> i've noticed that. at first it was like what happened? like last time i was like i had invites on and on and on. and this time just over the past couple days i've gotten invite after invite. >> two weeks ago i would have said it's quiet this year, the economy, less excitement. and yet in the past four days, i've gotten invitations to things i had no idea were going to happen. things coming out of the woodwork. i don't know what it is. some people are scaling back instead of having big dance parties at night, a lot of corporations are doing brunches. whether that's actually less expensive or whether it's just supposed to look less expensive, i'm not exactly sure. but you are -- >> you think it's about optics. >> perhaps. i mean, that's certainly with the -- having the two official inaugural balls. >> i've seen so much ink about online and print and even on television, about the first lady's haircut. i wonder if this saturday, if people are going into their salons, amy, saying, hey, listen, can i get the -- michelle obama? yeah. >> yeah. >> what do you think? >> yeah, oh, i think so. we've seen the photo. we're going to want to see how the bangs move. that's what we'll be looking for. >> let's see. >> i've got the side sweep. she got the straight across much. >> what is your favorite pick, topping your list? >> that's hard to say. i think there are so many events. there's a lot of buzz, though, about the after-after party that rahm emanuel is doing monday night. >> the after-after party? >> the chicago blues party that starts at 11:00 at night, that's the ticket everyone is trying to get into. >> amy argetzinger. i like your poots, boots, i could use them now. it's warm over here where the lights are and freezing here. you came appropriately dressed. i'm not. thank you, amy. always a pressure to see you. >>> the inauguration includes the first lady and we're going to highlight that amazing woman. that is next. hey! did you know that honey nut cheerios has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! wow. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. >>> ms. montana surrounded by 50 other beauty queens on stage, all hoping to become ms. america. but for most of her early life, alexis weinman spent her time alo alone. >> i was very quiet, because i couldn't say anything right. i was picked on for the way i spoke. i really didn't have any friends. >> reporter: her parents knew there was something wrong but their small town of cutbank, montana, didn't have the resources to help figure out what it was. and then at the age of 11, after years and years of searching for answers, a doctor finally put a name to wineman's condition. pervasive development disorder. a mild form of autism. typically children with autism are very intelligent. but very quiet. socially awkward. and they don't respond appropriately to interactions with other people. typically, they don't end up becoming beauty queens, either. but wineman says one day she simply decided not to let her condition define her. >> i wanted to accept myself and my autism. and i realized that my autism isn't what defines me. i define what is autism. >> reporter: she entered the ms. montana pageant as a way to prove to herself she could do anything she set her mind to. >> i fell in love with the program. good thing, too, because i won. i wasn't expecting to win. but it's funny how things work out sometimes. >> reporter: that win put her on the national stage in las vegas. >> ms. montana! alexis wineman. >> reporter: wineman made it as far as the top 15 and won the america's choice award for garnering the most online voice votes. she says the whole experience has been an amazing ride. >> i've enjoyed it immensely. there are times when i do feel a little bit overwhelmed. but those are going to happen in life anyway, whether you're going to be in ms. america or not. so i'm willing to take all of that on. >> dr. sanjay gupta, cnn, reporting. [ female announcer ] what if the next big thing, isn't a thing at all? it's lots of things. all waking up. connecting to the global phenomenon we call the internet of everything. ♪ it's going to be amazing. and exciting. and maybe, most remarkably, not that far away. we're going to wake the world up. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> michelle obama has redefined the role of first lady. okay, you could say every first lady tweaks a role to suit her strengths. michelle obama is the only african to ever serve as first lady. now she is on the verge of another four years in the white house, four years without worrying about another election campaign. we're joined live from california now with professor algore. welcome. how has michelle obama approached the role? >> i think she is doing a good job. i could give her an a-plus. we study the first ladies and we study women, actually. so we get a sense of how politics operates on another sort of sphere. and one of the capacities that the first lady, the role of first lady, has is that it offers the person who steps into it the chance to be a symbol. to have a kind of symbolizing function. so if she chooses, the first lady can decide whether she wants to be the face of her husband's administration. personifying it and sending out messages that are psychological and emotional in nature. and i think michelle obama has done that. >> you wonder about, you know, a sense of freedom for the second term. you see her, her new hairdo. do first ladies tend to express more freedom during the second term, once a campaign is over? is there less pressure to conform? >> oh, i think there's a lot less pressure all the way around. but i do have a piece of advice for mrs. obama. not that she's asked me for any of it. but one of the other sort of opportunities a first lady has is she can use what we call the unofficial sphere or the social sphere of parties and events to build community. and that capacity for the first lady goes back to our first first lady in many ways, dolly madson. and it's kind of felting we're talking about the first lady on the inauguration weekend since the very sort of first inaugural ball we think about was held in dolly madison's honor. what dolly madison showed in washington, you can use those parties and social events to build political community. so, again, no one has asked me, but i would give mrs. obama the advice, give a lot more parties and invite everybody. >> and kathryn, you were looking at pictures there, she certainly is a fashionista. nancy reagan was a fashionista and you're talking about dolly madison. how do you compare michelle obama to her most recent predecessors, laura bush, and secretary of state hillary clinton? >> i think that every first lady has to define the role for herself. so there are things that are available to her. she has access, she has chances to exert power. the office of first lady has a power just in showing up. and i think each of our first ladies that in our living memory have exercised that power very well. i know that mrs. laura bush was an incredibly powerful and effective first lady. but she did it rather quietly and a more mibehind the scenes kind of way. in fact, i would say her career after first lady hood is an example for all first ladies. and, of course, mrs. clinton was a stepping stone to even more power. so i think each woman defines it for herself. and i think mrs. obama has been a good example of that. i'm curious to see what she is going to do in four years. >> we all are. thank you, kathryn. we appreciate it. and you can't talk presidential inauguration without some historical context. so next, experts on the 18th century, the 19th century and one on the to20th century join me on the mall in washington as well as all of these folks. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] you don't have to be a golf pro to walk like one. ♪ when you walk 10,000 steps a day, it's the same as walking a professional golf course. humana. health and well-being partner of the pga tour. >>> you're going to want to watch this. i could have done the whole show on this. apart from the date and the oath of office, most of what we saw on inauguration day is not spelled out in the constitution. and over the years, there has been a lot of unexpected things happen on inauguration day. let's talk about it now with the back story radio's american history guys. peter onoff is a history professor at the university of virginia. edward airs is a historian and president of the university of richmond. and brian balanlo is a universi of virginia history professor. i got it right? host of the public radio program "back story" with the american history guys. let's get right to it. i love it. let's start with the oath. so peter the words, "so help me god" aren't in the official oath but supposedly george washington ad libbed it and every president since followed his lead. >> yeah, well, we don't know. we'll never know. but i will tell you he invoked providence. >> if you don't know, who knows? come on! >> providence. yes. very much believe that god was a part of this thing. and if god wasn't on our side, to coin a phrase, it was going to go down the tubes. >> okay. so brian, speaking of the oath, president obama took it twice four years ago, and he's going to take it twice this year, too. how unusual is that? ♪ doo-doo doo-doo >> good answer. >> taking it twice four years ago, a third time. there was a little boo-boo. it's not so unusual to take it twice when the inauguration falls on a sunday, which is why he's taking it twice this time around, don. >> okay. ed. yes. >> i've been told to go fast. we all learned about william henry harrison in school. the president who got sick in his inauguration and died a month later. i'm just joking around. back in 1841. is that really how it happened? >> yes. it was the longest inaugural address in history and turned out to be really bad weather and that turns out to be a really bad combination. >> really? >> yep. >> what other memorable moments from inaugurations past should we know about? there are too many -- >> yeah. well, ed, why don't you talk about lincoln's second inaugural and the fact nobody thought that was a big deal. >> yeah, if you go back and read the press, the inaugural speech considered the greatest in american history now that we actually study and there's very few we do, lincoln's second inaugural, binding up the wounds of the nation and so forth. the response at the time was what was that? what's he actually going to do with the south now? >> yeah, what kind of program is that? >> how did we get to -- how did we get to a tradition of having poets? it seems like every inaugural we have a poet. >> it's not a tradition. >> john f. kennedy was the first one. >> robert frost in 1961. >> in our lifetimes, don. >> our lifetimes. >> not yours, but ours. >> yeah, you're right. that was pretty close. i started thinking about that ever since -- when maya angelou gave her poem. and i was like, when did we start --. >> it's a great tradition. i think the only thing better would be having a historian. >> or three historians. >> we do mythology at inauguration and created a myth at the first one. that's the big deal. >> peter. >> yeah. >> put president obama into a historical context. >> oh! right. >> in 20 seconds. >> go! >> yeah. well, we're still around. and i think the best they think is to refer back to the second inaugural of lincoln and to imagine a great war to free slaves that end slavery in america. that one day, a dissen dent of -- well, we think he was, actually. that's right. an african-american would become president is just astonishing. nobody could have predicted it in a period when african-americans didn't have civil rights. so i think that's -- >> also within our lifetime. >> yeah, right. >> go ahead. >> i'm just saying that the pivot -- because if you were to look back and see what has shaped so many inaugural, so many elections all along, it's the questions of race and slavery. you know. the one that came closest to blowing up is 1877 when hayes came in and they think the civil war is going to break out again because the two parties are so close. >> for some reason, republicans and democrats didn't get along back then. can you imagine that? >> my gosh. i could sit and listen to these guys -- i'm at a loss for words. i listen to you guys and the producers are like let's go, and i'm like, go on. thank you. such a pleasure to meet you. >> see you in four years. >> don't go away. we'll talk more in the break. and i would like to have you guys back on. i really enjoy listening. >> thank you. >>> this is where it is all happening. the inaugural weekend, a celebration of our electoral process and a moment of great pride for everyone in this country. more from the mall in washington. that's next.
CNN
Jan 19, 2013 1:30pm PST
-- michelle obama? yeah. >> yeah. >> what do you think? >> yeah, oh, i think so. we've seen the photo. we're going to want to see how the bangs move. that's what we'll be looking for. >> let's see. >> i've got the side sweep. she got the straight across much. >> what is your favorite pick, topping your list? >> that's hard to say. i think there are so many events. there's a lot of buzz, though, about the after-after party that rahm emanuel is doing monday night. >> the after-after party? >> the chicago blues party that starts at 11:00 at night, that's the ticket everyone is trying to get into. >> amy argetzinger. i like your poots, boots, i could use them now. it's warm over here where the lights are and freezing here. you came appropriately dressed. i'm not. thank you, amy. always a pressure to see you. >>> the inauguration includes the first lady and we're going to highlight that amazing woman. that is next. hey! did you know that honey nut cheerios has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! wow. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... well, would you l
CNN
Jan 21, 2013 11:00pm PST
we're joined by our panel. we were talking about before climate change. how much can the president really do? what do you see him doing given him wanting to make efforts on gun control on the budget? on the deficit? >> let me say two things that he can do. i got interrupted for miss alicia keys. i'm sorry. >> today is an incredible day. and you can feel the energy everywhere that you go. in so many ways, every day is a new day. and a new chance. a new chance to be our best. to serve our highest purpose. yeah. so i'm going to need your help tonight because i'm up here all by myself. i just wanted it to be me and you. so help me celebrate this most momentous day. i'll tell you what to do. i need you to say -- ♪ ♪ people say eh ♪ ♪ it's a new day ♪ it's a new day ♪ getting ready, everybody ready ♪ ♪ eh oh, a new day ♪ a new day ♪ celebrate and say eh, eh ♪ celebrate and say eh ♪ yeah because he's president and he's on fire. hotter than a fab as they like a highway ♪ ♪ he's living in a world and it's on fire filled with catastrophe ♪ ♪ he has both feet on the ground and he's burning it down ♪ ♪ oh, oh got his head in the crowds and he's not breaking down ♪ ♪ he's walking on fire ♪ obama's on fire ♪ watch him as he's lighting up the night ♪ ♪ everybody knows the mission is his girl ♪ ♪ together they run the world ♪ burn baby burn baby ♪ obama's on fire ♪ he's walking on fire ♪ ♪ obama's on fire ♪ whoo oh whoo oh whoo oh whoo oh ♪ ♪ whoo whoo oh whoo oh whoo ♪ whoo oh whoo oh whoo ♪ he's president and he's on fire ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> ladies and gentlemen, thank you so much for having me tonight. at this incredible presidential inaugural celebration. to the obamas! >> all right. you heard alicia keys. >> by the way, how good was that? >> that might have been the best free concert in the world. >> the fact we could hear that live and she looked stunning in that dress. >> beautiful dress, amazing voice. >> she really has it all together. >> knockout. >> we have a couple of special guests. >> alicia keys! >> she's getting a round of applause from me. >> by the way, just to give everyone a sense, there's already thousands of people here, and yeah -- >> i reckon there's 30,000 people here. you heard that. what an amazing start to the evening. very exciting. >> you could have fit all of the dreamliners that have been grounded here. >> biggest party you have ever been in. >> vivian and mike green join us. our special guests. they're on their last date before michael deploys to bahrain. we appreciate it. he's going on his fifth deployment next week. and you're here tonight for your last date. so many people watching think this is entertaining and it's amazing and it's fun. for you, it's something more than that. >> oh, yeah, he's going to dance with me. he promised. he never dances. i think i get at least one slow song, one fast song. >> why is this ball so important, the commander in chief ball where you're going to be? >> for us, because it's for the military families. we obviously could not have come to this one. we'll be upstairs with all of our military friends enjoying an amazing night out, celebrating the inauguration. >> piers has a couple questions for your husband, but first, you have two little boys, and they don't know he's going away yet, right? >> we talked about it. something we did on saturday was a national day of service, we did care packages, and we were able to talk to them about who we were packing the care packages for. they thought maybe dad would get one eventually, so they were packing extra stuff in that one. >> that's great. >> let me ask you, mike, you're a lieutenant commander in the u.s. navy. your fifth deployment in ten years of marriage. you're off to bahrain for 12 months, you told me. you only had a two-week break in the middle. it's pretty grueling on the family you leave behind. tough on you guys, but tough on the family. >> with things like facebook, facetime, they make it a lot easier. e-mail. it's nice to reach back and call them on the phone. it's nice i'm going to be on a land base and not on a ship. it's easier to call from land than a ship. it's easier to stay connected now than it was 30 years ago. >> this is not a bad perk, being at this amazing night. >> this is awesome. >> you're at the commander in chief ball upstairs. i believe it's a superstar mexican rock band. they sold 30 million albums so they're pretty good. excited to be here? >> i am. it's great. like vivian said, i'm leaving in seven days, so this is a pretty cool going-away gift, if you will, and it's cool to hang out with all of the other military families. there's absolutely nothing unique about my story. four or five days from now, there are thousands of families who are doing the same thing. it's really cool to be part of this. >> let me thank you for your service and i hope you enjoy a fabulous evening. i hope you do, too, because you have earned it. >> thank you. >> as an american, you feel such incredible pride in our armed forces and what they do and they have done. >> my brother is a british army colonel, and he goes away to afghanistan and iraq. he has four little girls under the age of 13, so i know what it's like for the family. it's very, very tough on them, but you do an amazing job and we all greatly appreciate it, so thank you. earlier, i talked to one of my all-time favorite musicians, a genius. stevie wonder, a man who has personified not only the obamas, but also martin luther king day, he was one of the people who got the day created in the first place and made martin luther king's birthday a national holiday. i talked to him about that, about the first couple, about gun control, about many things. a fascinating few minutes with a living musical legend. >> stevie wonder, how are you? >> great. how are you? >> is that your british accent? >> i was born in england, actually. i moved to the states like yourself. >> this is a huge night. and for you, i guess, a very special day. you campaigned very hard to have a national holiday on martin luther king day. this is that day, and it's the day that barack obama is inaugurated again. how do you feel today? >> very excited, very, very happy. i feel like there's so many things that i envisioned, that i saw, and those things are happening, coming true. the only thing i'm hoping for is that we truly will get people together. you know, sometimes i wish we could have even more than a democratic party and republican party, a united party. where people come together, but i think that if we just get people thinking that way, we can really come together. we have definitely, the president who has proven that he wants to do that by how he did things the last four years and now these next four years. >> he made a very powerful speech today, and it seemed like the gloves had come off a bit, like he was determined now to really try to push through the things that matter most to him. what did you make of his speech >> it was a great speech. i agree with you because truly, we can't talk about it and just talk about it. we have to be about it. we got to take off the gloves of being a politician and really look at the reality of how we are and where we are as human beings on this planet. we've got to make this planet more green. we've got to do something about the various things he's talked about. the rights of women and people in general. and we've got to keep our kids more safe. we can't just watch it on the news and say, oh, that's such a shame. and then after it dies down, we wait for it to happen again. i was thinking, you know, because i saw you on the tv talking about the whole gun thing. and i was talking to one of my friends, and i said, you know, you should go get me a gun, let me go with you to get a gun, and then i can show how easy it is for me to get a gun, then imagine me with a gun. it's just crazy. i think we have to do something about it. and i'm hoping that in these next four years, with an idea i have come up with, that i can do something about how we can come up with a solution. because there's a solution to any problem. i think we just have to get to it. >> well said. you're performing at all of the balls, all the major ones, the inaugural ball and the commander in chief ball. any secret about what you're going to be performing? >> just some good stuff. >> all your stuff is good. >> are you going to come sing with me? >> what are you thinking, a duet on "superstitious"? >> i know you were with the president and first lady last night. what sort of form were they in and what did you say to them? >> we just talked about, well, the first lady was talking about how she is looking at some of my songs, some of my music and trying to say their most favorite songs i had done. >> what is their favorite? >> they didn't say what they were. but i hope that i did something. we did, obviously, the signed, sealed, delivered song, and other stuff. it was fun. >> what do you think martin luther king would have made of a black president being re-elected, having a second inauguration today? >> i believe that he would have been very happy to know that america has moved to a place that they are able to elect a president, not based on the color of his skin, but as he talked about, the content of his character. and that, he would be very happy about. i think the state of where we are, divided on so many different things, unfortunately, that's unacceptable. we must become united, united states of america, but i think the majority of the people are saying, listen, let's do away with these old habits, these old things that need to be dead and gone, and move on to really bringing our nation together. and i think he would say that. time to move on and make it better and get it right. >> well, i'm very excited about tonight. looking forward to your performance. and if you do need me, i will be in close proximity and available. >> start warming up. warm up, mate. >> all right, buddy. >> good to see you. >> good to see you, take care. >> i tell you what, stevie wonder has a very good english accent. he had it right down to a tee there. i want to bring you somebody who is almost as big a legend now in the music world as stevie wonder. will.i.am. welcome. i got nearly blinded by your camera. >> oh, yeah. >> coolest camera i have ever seen. >> i made and created this thing. >> you designed it? >> designed it, funded it. i am bringing it to america and france. >> really? what are you make of today, a big historic day. the president made a big historic speech. were you pleased with the message on education, which i know you care about? >> i'm really excited about the next four years. there's a lot we can do in terms of encouraging kids and changing inner cities forever, really. by encouraging these kids to be entrepreneurs and scientists. that's where i'm putting all of my focus on. >> what else do you think his priorities should be in the next four years? if you have to choose a few, he can't go through everything he wants to do. >> jobs in america, you know, around consumer electronics. next year, consumer electronics will make $200 billion, and i would like to see those $200 billion, you know, a lot of that money here in america. >> do you think so many jobs from big companies are being outsourced at the moment? apples and company like that, they spend too much abroad? >> i think they spend pretty much everything abroad when it comes to manufacturing. we have to educate our kids and educate america. you know, so they have no excuse. the excuse is, the skillset isn't here in america. so if we get these american citizens and these kids a skill set, you know, hopefully we can change and give incentives. give companies incentives to manufacture things here. >> by the way, what did you do to stop going deaf? you must know? >> you guys can't hear? >> i can't hear a thing. can you? >> listening to this band, mana. >> mana, from mexico. >> yes. >> big in mexico, right? >> they're huge. >> let's just listen to them for a second or two. >> good idea. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> all right, and before we take a brief break, how is it different, this inauguration than last time? last time was even more of a celebrity fest, for lack of a better term. >> last time was like the first time. they just got louder. last time was like the first time. this one's a little different. you can't compare them. the importance of this year, this election year, continuing of what we started, and not going backwards. so 2008 was so monumental in what america accomplished. now we have so much more to accomplish. that's the difference. like knowing you reached the summit but there's a lot of, you know, building to do on the top of that mountain. >> thank you so much. >> good to see you. >> thank you. >> nice to see you. >> i like watching him dance to mana. >> yeah. >> all eyes are on michelle obama and what she's going to wear tonight. she received rave reviews for what she wore today. right now, two designers are waiting to see which dress she picked. they won't know until we see her. >> excitement mounting. even will.i.am wants to know. ♪ ♪ there's this island -- and it's got super-cute kangaroos. barrow island has got rare kangaroos. ♪ chevron has been developing energy here for decades. we need to protect their environment. we have a strict quarantine system to protect the integrity of the environment. forty years on, it's still a class-a nature reserve. it's our job to look after them. ...it's my job to look after it. ♪ >>> welcome back to our continuing coverage of the presidential inauguration. i'm anderson cooper live on the national mall. while today's inauguration may have lacked some of the spectacles from four years ago, there was a lot of emotion. an important day for all americans. 50 years ago today, martin luther king led the march on washington, and 30 years ago, martin luther king day was signed into law as a holiday. representative lewis was the youngest speaker of that 1963 march. earlier he told dana bash what he was feeling as he watched america's first african-american president take the oath for the second time. >> i did everything possible today to keep from crying. when i saw him standing there, taking the oath with the bible of martin luther king jr., knowing that just 50 short years ago, that dr. king stood on the steps of the lincoln memorial and said i have a dream. >> of course, this was actually the fourth time that president obama has taken the oath of office. let's bring in our panel, van jones, cnn contributor who served as president obama's green jobs adviser in 2009. sally quinn, margaret hoover, republican consultant, cornell belcher, democratic strategist who served as a pollster for president obama's 2012 re-election team. i wonder how you think this anniversary, this martin luther king day, informed and was infused throughout president obama's remarks today. >> i'll go back to even when he was senator obama. he always talked about, he also understood the gravity and talked about, i stand on the shoulders of the great men and women of the civil rights era who made this possible. even early on, many of the civil rights leaders early on in the primary process were with hillary clinton and it took a while for them to get used to obama and sort of trust him and know who he was. and he used a lot of that conversation saying, look, because of you all, i am possible. and i remember we saw congressman lewis there, he was one of the people who had sort of that great turmoil because he was originally for hillary, then he said his consciousness, he changed for barack obama. i think the president gets it, he understands it, and he's very respectful of it. >> i also think about, he spoke about the fierce urgency of now early on. for many in the gay community in the united states, they didn't feel that he had that sense of fierce urgency. i think today after the speech, i think there are a lot of gay and lesbian americans who were surprised to hear a president use the word stonewall and use it in the same sentence as selma and seneca falls and would certainly argue that he now has a sense of fierce urgency of now. >> in by doing so, he has mainstreamed the gay rights movement as a modern civil rights movement and he has put it on the same platform as civil rights, as women's rights. it's really extraordinary and it's something that frankly republicans are going to have to answer to. two republican justices, john roberts -- i didn't see kennedy, but they're looking at them to how decisions are going to come down when they hear the arguments in march. >> you know, when martin luther king first spoke on the mall, i was living here. and i was coming down, and people were screaming at all of the black people who were coming to hear him, and they were screaming and throwing things and calling them african bullies. and today, when i was watching this scene, that's all i could think about, was the hatred that was coming from everywhere toward the people and toward martin luther king. and there was an interesting body language with obama today. he seemed so much more confident. he sort of loped out, you know. last time, he was more, you know, sort of formal and ridged. >> we call it swagger. >> yeah, like i own it now. i'm here. and you could sense that he really felt, even in this last four years that so much had changed, and he was able to talk more about equality. it seemed to me there was more about equality in his speech today. and i don't think he would have done that four years ago, because it was already clear that a black american had been elected president. now, i think he wanted to emphasize it, look, we're here now, and it's working. >> it was so important that he did both things he did. he affirmed the history and the struggle. and there's a way that dr. king is almost being photo shopped in now as one of the founders of what it means to be an american. that's an amazing thing. if you know dr. king's true story, as you said, he was reviled. the last two years of his life, he was speaking out about poverty. he was reaching out to mexican-americans, speaking out against the vietnam war when it wasn't popular. the "new york times" stepped away from him. he was not this revered figure. 50 years after the speech and 45 years after his assassination, for him to be embraced, we talked more in the past week about dr. king than we talked about george washington. he's really become the pillar, i think, of moral consciousness for the new patriotism that obama is for. but he didn't stop with african-americans. he's now expanding it. he's talking about the lesbian and gay struggle, talking about latinos. wanting this new american patriotism to include everybody. i say there's a difference now between the liberty only form of patriotism that you her from some people in the far right. liberty and justice for all patriotism, and this speech, i think, is really going to mark that new patriotism. >> can i jump in on that other thing, similarities? king was on the whole poverty conversation and the justice, poverty, you know, next question about justice, the next thing was about poverty, but there's a connection there with obama also. remember, when obama first graduated from ivy league college, he didn't go to wall street or k street in d.c., he went and became a community organizer, working on issues of poverty. a lot of people sort of on the left would argue, and especially from the black community, argue now that quite frankly, what happened to that obama, the community organizer in the conversations about poverty and will that also be one of the things he takes up in this second term, the issue of poverty? we also know like king, it was an issue that was once near and dear to him. >> we want to listen to this moment, president obama talking about newtown, an event that affected everyone, but certainly affected president obama. we heard him speak very emotionally about it last week. here's what he said today, also speaking about detroit. >> it is now our generation's task to carry on what those pioneers began. for our journey is not complete until our wives, our mothers, and daughters can earn a living equal to their efforts. our journey is not complete until our gay brothers and sisters are treated like anyone else under the law. for if we are truly created equal, then surely the love we commit to one another must be equal as well. our journey is not complete until no citizen is forced to wait for hours to exercise the right to vote. our journey is not complete until we find a better way to welcome the striving, hopeful immigrants who still see america as a land of opportunity, until bright young students and engineers are listed in our work force rather than expelled from our country. our journey is not complete until all our children, from the streets of detroit, to the hills of appalachian to newtown know they're cared for and cherished and always safe from harm. >> i should point out we have just been told the obama motorcade is en route to the ball. we anticipate seeing him and the first lady, michelle obama, quite soon at the first of two inaugural balls they'll be stopping at. the balls we have been witnessing earlier. newtown certainly has impacted this president greatly. how much do you think gun control issues are going to kind of dominate the first few weeks of office for him? >> i think the president has a choice to make. he has a choice of how to spend the political capital and the first choice out of the gate. clearly, his heart is in gun control, but the pragmatic side may go for immigration. depends on if he's going legacy or if he's going to be the progressive he was today on the mall. we have to wait and see what he's going to do. how about the one thing we haven't talked to? what really boils down to an explicit rebuke of republicans when he was defending liberalism and the programs for the great society, medicare and medicaid. saying, this does not mean we're a nation of takers. i mean, that really was a slap to the paul ryans, the small-government republicans. >> directly. paul ryan has kind of made his bread and butter saying, americans, some are makers and some are takers. >> 47% who got republicans in trouble, who got mitt romney in trouble on the campaign. and again, you saw this other side of the president today, one that was doubling down on progressivism and saying i'm not going to be pushed around this time. this is where i stand. >> we're going to take a quick break. we anticipate seeing michelle obama, president obama. a lot of eyes will be on michelle obama, wondering what she is wearing. a lot of american designers are glued to the television, waiting to see if one of their dresses will be worn by the first lady. it's apparently down to two. none of the designers have 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[ male announcer ] born from the elements, destined to take them over. ♪ the sirius xm satellite radio in the 2013 ram 1500. engineered to move heaven and earth. guts. glory. ram. the new ram 1500. motor trend's 2013 truck of the year. >>> the most powerful country. >> i love you. >> a little guitar swap for brad paisley here in this capacity crowd in one of two inaugural balls in the d.c. convention center. 20,000 people at this one alone. good to see you all. i'm brooke baldwin. let me tell you a bit of a back story. there was a ticket kefuffle and a lot of people who wished they were here tonight are not here. i'm standing next to a lucky couple who thanks to their senator, patty murray, from the state of washington, are here. this is sharon and blake. they're from washington state. you got this gown like last week. you found out, you wanted the tickets, you didn't get the tickets. this is your first inaugural ball. what do you make of this? >> it's crazy. i'm so excited to be here tonight. there's so much energy in this room. after today, it's just incredible. it's incredible. >> we have to point out that they actually got vip ball tickets upstairs thanks to your senator. but you say there's a bigger party down here. you're in the navy being a part of this historic weekend for the first time. what does it mean to you? >> it means everything. a chance to be part of history. a chance to bring our kids to d.c. for the first time. getting ball tickets was totally unexpected so it's really fun. >> i hope you stay here and enjoy brad paisley. you like fun? fun coming up next. for now, i'm going to send it back over, just about 20 feet to my left to piers and erin. how amazing is this? >> hang on a second. talking of amazing things. what about that dress? can we go back to brooke for a moment? >> it's absolutely gorgeous. >> never mind me looking at michelle obama. the brooke baldwin dress is what we're talking about. >> thank you. you guys look amazing, too. amazing. as do my guests here. >> well, it's very impressive. we're going to talk about michelle obama. she's in the building and we don't know what she's wearing, but there are designers all over america whose entire lively hoods, the education of their children, factories, overseas sales could all depend on the next few minutes because she chose one of them to wear the big inaugural ball dress. and let's not kid around. this is a huge moment for these designers. >> yes, a huge moment. it's one thing no one is partisan about. everybody likes to talk about that. it's nice we can have something to agree on for once. >> the place is now crammed with about 40,000 people all really enjoying themselves. >> we're going to squeeze in a quick break. we believe the president and first lady will be coming any moment. we'll get the big dress unveiling and i'll get to listen to my favorite country music. >> you can never have enough brad paisley. ♪ you have saved me billy graham and martha white ♪ >>> could have been writing about the people in the room and he said, and i want to quote them, the bravest are surely those who have the clearest vision of what is before them, glory and danger alike, and yet go out and meet it. that's the definition of all of you in this room. you have met every challenge this country has faced and you have done it in every generation with such extraordinary bravery and skill. our veterans -- our veterans are, i think, unique in the world in that every single generation has risen to the occasion, from world war ii to korea, vietnam, the gulf, iraq -- >> joe biden speaking at the american legion ball. we anticipate seeing president obama and michelle obama at the commander's ball any moment now. we're going to bring that image to you, as i said before. a lot of folks watching very closely to see what michelle obama will be wearing. a lot of those guests have come to witness the inaugural ball. and there is a lot of excitement. you can't sort of underestimate the impact on american designers that this ball gown will have, that michelle obama wears. >> it's sort of like the olympics of fashion. you know, you can see them sitting there just waiting to see who is going to get the gold medal. one of them will. and whoever it is has got it made for the rest of his or her life. >> the amazing thing, it's not like the oscars where the designer knows in advance that some star is going to be wearing them. the designers have no idea what of the 12 or 15 dresses that she had to choose from that they have made for her that she's going to select. >> the anxiety they're feeling right now. i'm anxious to see who she's wearing coming out. i can't imagine if you're one of these designers and you know she picks young designers who are not internationally known, and as soon as he walks out on the stage, they will become nationally and internationally known. >> there's a little cruelty here. sort of sitting on the edge. you think that they would call them beforehand and say, you won. you got it, so they could relax. >> last year, she wore a dress by designer jason wu, and elena cho interviewed him earlier. we played the piece. he said he was watching along with everyone else. he ended up kind of screaming when he saw she wore his dress, and it has made a huge impact on his business. >> he has a line in target, a high-end design, retail designs. design that everybody can wear, ready to wear. >> it's sort of hard on some of the older, more well-known designers who i think would like to see -- for instance, oscar de la renta who has dressed every first lady. >> mrs. bush wore a lot of de la renta. >> and hillary clinton still does. i think i think on him. i don't think she has worn anything by oscar. >> i say good for her for helping out young, aspiring, emerging designers. >> it's amazing, there's a consistency in terms of them being inclusive, wanting to open things up and wanting to give new people breaks. it's also amazing how she does one thing different, cuts her hair different, and the whole world -- the word bangs was googled more times. can you imagine? that's the morning after, she did all of the morning shows led with her bangs. the top story of the day. >> i have often said it's not obama as president. it's obama as precedent often that gets the power. but she is that way to the 19th power. >> listen in, they're playing hail to the chief. >> ladies and gentlemen, the president of the united states. [ cheers and applause ] [ playing hail to the chief ] >> let me begin by just saying, you all dressed up pretty nice. i hope everybody is having a wonderful time. now, those of you who are in uniform, you look outstanding. your dates do look better, though. i just wanted to point this out. i'm not going to give a long speech, but i really want to do is come down and express the extraordinary gratitude, not just of me as your commander in chief, but more importantly, the thanks of all the american people. i want to start by thanking some of our outstanding leaders who are here. our hosts, our senior listed advisers from all five branches of our military. the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, general martin dempsey, who promised to sing some time tonight. so you should hold him to it. the vice chairman, sandy winfield, and all our outstanding members of the joint chiefs. our secretary of veterans affairs and vietnam veterans, rick shinseki who is here. and we're honored to be joined by some truly extraordinary americans. our wounded warriors who inspire us with their incredible strength and resolve. our enlisted men and women and junior officers, the backbone of our military. our amazing military families. including the families of the fallen. our gold star families, we will stand with you always. the members of the legendary tuskegee airmen in the house. and the recipients of our nation's highest military decoration, the medal of honor. we are honored by your presence. you know, today, we experienced the majesty of our democracy. a ritual only possible in a form of government that is of, by, and for the people. a day made possible because there are patriots like each and every one of you who defend our freedom every single day. so this little party is just another way to say something we can never say enough. thank you. thank you for volunteering. thank you for stepping up. thank you for keeping us strong. thank you for always making us proud. i have no greater honor than being your commander in chief. it's because of you that with honor we're able to end the war in iraq. it's because of you that we delivered justice to osama bin laden. because of you, it's even possible to give afghans a chance to determine their own destiny. we're going forward, and we'll keep our military the finest fighting force that the world has ever known. now, tonight, we're also joined by some of our service members in afghanistan. they can't see us, but we can see them on this monitor. who have we got there? general, are you there? abe? >> sir, good evening, mr. president. congratulations on your inauguration. this is general abrams, and regional command south. we're honored to be able to join you there this evening. sir, i am joined tonight by some fantastic airmen and noncommissioned officers and soldiers serving here in kandahar. >> congratulations, mr. president. first class orlando jackson, lake charles, louisiana. third infantry division. i just want to congratulate you. job well done. >> mr. president, master sergeant robert strasky. superintendent, 807th air support operations squadron. hailing from detroit, michigan. i want to say go tigers. >> good evening, mr. president. my name is sergeant first class david wood out of monument, colorado. third infantry division. falcon brigade. thank you very much for having us here at your party. congratulations. >> good evening, mr. president. james salusky. operations superintendent, 807th expeditionary air squadron and the world's greatest air force. i want to say congratulations on tonight and have a blessed evening. >> mr. president, we're honored to be able to join you tonight, and we've got one more thing for all of you there. >> listen, to all of you who are there, we know it's tough being away from your families. we know the incredible sacrifices and challenges that you meet every single day. but i can tell you that you've got a room full of patriots here. and although i've got to admit that they're a little spiffied up right now, their heart and soul, their dedication, their sense of duty, is at one with every single one of the folks who are in kandahar right now, and i want you to know that when i was standing on the steps of the capitol today, looking out over close to a million people, the single biggest cheer that i always get, and today was no different at my inauguration, was when i spoke about the extraordinary men and women in uniform that preserve our freedom and keep our country strong. [ cheers and applause ] so know that every single day, we are thinking of you. we're going to make sure that you've got the equipment, the strategy, the mission that allows you to succeed and keep our country safe. know that we are going to be looking after and thinking about your families every single day, and that when you get back home, you're going to be greeted by a grateful nation. and that you will be on our minds tonight and every single night until our mission in afghanistan is completed. can everybody please give our comrades in arms a huge round of applause. [ cheers and applause ] and please, all of you, give our very best to your families back home because i know it's just as tough if not tougher for them to see you in harm's way and away from the family. god bless you. god bless the united states of america. thank you. there's one last thing i've got to do. i've got a date with me here. she inspires me every day. she makes me a better man and a better president. the fact that she is so devoted to taking care of our troops and our military families is just one more sign of her extraordinary love and grace and strength. i'm just lucky to have her. i said today at the lunch over at the congress that some may dispute the quality of our president, but nobody disputes the quality of our first lady. ladies and gentlemen, my better half and my dance partner,
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mana. >> yeah. >> all eyes are on michelle obama and what she's going to wear tonight. she received rave reviews for what she wore today. right now, two designers are waiting to see which dress she picked. they won't know until we see her. >> excitement mounting. even will.i.am wants to know. ♪ ♪ go, go, go, go! bye sweetie. honey what are you doing? we gotta go! it's dress-like-a-president day, i'm supposed to be martin van buren. who? martin van buren! google? martin van buren. ♪ to tell real people about our new 15 under $15 menu! oh my goodness... oh my gosh, this looks amazing... [ male announcer ] 15 entrees under $15! it's our new maine stays! seafood, chicken, and more! ooh! the tilapia with roasted vegetables. i'm actually looking at the wood grilled chicken with portobello wine sauce. that pork chop was great. no more fast food friday's. we're going to go to red lobster... [ male announcer ] come try our new menu and sea food differently. and introducing 7 lunch choices for just $7.99! salad, sandwiches and more. [ coughs ] [ baby crying ] ♪ [ male announcer ] robi
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, their mother, first lady michelle obama. >> mrs. michelle obama. >> reporter: to thunderous applause, ushering in a new term and those new bangs. the first lady tweeting, "blessed to be joining so many of my fellow americans gathered to watch the inauguration." and then, the president, walking toward that archway, about to see the hundreds of thousands gathered on the national mall. >> the president of the united states, barack h. obama. >> reporter: the president emerging, flashing his giant smile, but soon, wiping away a tear, during a stirring performance by the brooklyn tabernacle choir. ♪ his truth is marching on >> reporter: and then all eyes on the president and chief justin john roberts, who flubbed his words four years ago, triggering a second swearing in. this time, the president's hand on two bibles, president lincoln's and dr. martin luther king's, and this time, it was the president who seemed to swallow a word. >> the office of president of the united states. >> and will to the best of my ability. >> reporter: and then, the president's address, just shy of 19 minutes,
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♪ >> si te vienen a contar cositas malas de mi ♪ manda todos a volar y diles que yo no fui ♪ yo te lo juro que yo no fui ♪ son puros cuentos de por ahí ♪ tu me tienes que creer a mi ♪ yo te lo juro que yo no fui mamá, ♪ mira muchacha que yo no fui ♪ ay mamá que yo no fui ♪ >> que entienda lo que está diciendo >> no creo >> yo autorizo esta canción >> yo apruebo esta canción >> el 21 histórico, el día de martin luther king, premio de la paz en 194, y la segunda toma presidencial del presidente barack obama, una nueva era. >> algo que ha dado de hablar el cambio de imagen de michelle obama. >> mire es que nadie le copia a nadie, el fleco me gustó porque hay una revista así, me lo corté, y la michelle obama se lo cortó la semana pasada ¿ le gusta? el presidente estaba facinado fasinado >> pero me gusta >> es ese corte lo que se comenta hoy, si no me creen, vean lo que le dijo a su esposita >> primero que nada amo a michelle obama, y para vestirse . >> acumuló varios puntos >> ella se ve bien >> me gusta como se ve >> que lindo que el hombre más poderoso del mundo, de todos los problemas, se de tiempo de dedicarle esas palabras a su esposa >> eso es lo más bonito de los hombres cuando elogian a una mujer, porque uno que se hace tantas cosas, se esmera para que uno lo note, que feo, cuando se cambia el pelito, ni me acuerdo >> siempre le tiro un piropo a mi mujer aunque esté en bata >> ¿cuantos tiempo llevas casado? >> 20 >> mariyani marina reaccionó después que su ex pareja diera entrevistas en el gordo y la flaca y hoy, esto fue lo que dijo. >> es complicado porque en este ejemplo como ninguno, platicaba hace un ratito que me gustari a que busquen una declaración que hable mal de nadie, porque no lo hay, voy a su casa y se lo digo, este es un capítulo cerrado para mi ya, y le pedí a ustedes que son mi familia que me han acompañado siempre, que lo cierren conmigo, porque es algo que ya fue, y ya, hay cosas que no quisiera en la vida, pero suceden y hay que echar para adelante. >> les invito que hagan crear, y próximamente tengo el honor de hacer una arena de joyeria con una de las mejores joyerias de méxico, y lo verán aquí, en este pueblo mágico, que es donde veo a crear mis personajes también, para mis significa mucho, que dios me los bendiga, y ya señores. >> que bueno que hablen de las cosas que hablen y no de este escándalo, es un chismecito, que lloraban, que no pasa nada >> yo a la fecha no entiendo que pasó >> se pelea fuertemente >> pues si >> supuestamente si >>e n el cumpleaños de ella >> y llora y dice que no quiere contar >> a ver quien le cree usted. >> nos vende unas joyitas. >> carlita le encantan >> unos payasitos bien bonitos >> manda la plata de la tarjeta >> del descuento me encargo yo, emerson saca la tarjeta >> ¿que creen? hablando de gastar, ya tenemos que gastar, para el vestido de premios lo nuestro que está a la vuelta de la esquina, y ahora celebramos 25 años, y hemos sido testigos de momentos inolvidables, acuérdate de uno de estos >> nuestros amigos de sal y pimienta nos prepararon esto muy especial, recordemos >> más de 2800 nominaciones, 658 premios, después premio lo nuestro se transformó en el evento más grande de la música latina para artistas consagrados y para jóvenes, y crecientes figuras, fue el marco perfecto para catapultar las carreras de enrique iglesias y shakira. muchas estrellas han crecido con premio lo nuestro, como chayanne, o olga tañón, que es la ganadora más grande de este premio, creativas escenograf' >> escenografías son el premio más >> >> >> el recorrido de 25 años ha estado cargado de memorables presentaciones, vicente fernández cantó sin microfonos frente a miles de personas, juan gabriel estuvo 25 minutos en el escenario interpretando sus exitosas canciones, las más importantes figuras del espectáculo reciben esta distinción, una lista interminable donde esta ricky martin, josé josé, gloria estefan, algunas que ya no nos acompañan, selena y celia cruz quienes recibieron varios premios postumos >> felicidades, 25 años de historia >> los que yo tengo, desde que nacimos >> todo el mundo que ha sido figura importante como latino >> ahí estaremos presentes >> con toda la cobertura en despierta américa >> seguimos con más de las noticias en este día especial,l pasamos directamente con la información >> tiene que ver con la juramentación del presidente barack obama para un segundo término, nuestra blanca rosa vilches que ha tenido la oportunidad de estar frente a la casa blanca, vamos a pasar con ella para ver como ha transcurrido la jornada por allá, blanca rosa, adelante >> satcha, fue un discurso que duró 19 minutos, fue presenciado por más de 800 mil personas, definitivamente fue un discurso de continuación, de respeto a la libertad humana, como dijo el presidente barack obama y para respetar la libertad del ser humano, un trabajo en conjunto, que los derechos de los norteamericanos requiere del esfuerzo de todo el país, especificamente se podría analizar que se referia a los derechos. >> en imigración >> en cualquier tipo de apoyoi, podría demandar para convencer a todo el congreso que definitivamente tiene que hacerse eso, ahora con respecto a la agenda se anticipaba que puede hablar de una agenda internacional, pero en estos 19 minutos básicamente la agenda fue doméstica, habló de los esfuerzos que se tiene que hacer en términos de la economía, que hay un segundo mandato con muchas cosas que hacer, pero es una segunda parte que convocó a que todos. >> muchas gracias, ahora rá interesante ver si empezando dentro del propio congreso escuchan al mandatario y que se limen asperezas para que el segundo termino sea mejor, hemos enfrentado grandes retos, ojalá que el panorama sea completamente distinto, y nosotros vamos a estar cubriendo esta noche todsa las galas, porque la jornada aún no termina, continúa, incluso en algunos lugares hasta que termine la semana, ahora regresamos a la casita (publicidad). ♪ >> gracias satcha, pasando mucho frío, porque las temperaturas se esperan que alcancen 30 grados en washington dc, pero no se espera nada de lluvia ni de nieve, para los grandes lagos y nueva inglaterra se esperan grandes pulgadas de nieve, y habrán temperaturas sumamente frias, con temperaturas maximas entre 30 y 40 grados, para el medio oeste del país, las temperaturas pueden ser las más frias de los últimos 4 años, se esperan algunas pulgadas de nieve, dakotas, minessota, entre 0 y 15 grados, en chicago amanecieron con minima de 12 grados, y se esperan en 8 grados, en vez de las temperaturas estarán descendiendo a 8 grados, sintiendose a menos 14, con probabilidad de copitos de nieve, y la minima sería de 1 solo grado, a sacar guantes y orejeras, las temperaturas muy frias, el sur del país con temperaturas mucho más agradables, y para ustedes en nueva york 30%, 35 como máxima, 22 grados en la mínima con chubascos de nieve, y en la costa este oeste, san francisco, 40 grados, en el sur de la florida con maximas de 82 y en la noche en 66 grados, es todo de mi parte >> gracias stephanie >> hace calor, que calor tengo. (risas) ♪ >> el lunes >> vamos a una pausa pero en breve, con platillos japoneses y la comida hispana, unos mexicanos se han divertido y convertido en exitosos empresarios en california. >> tremendo susto de cecilia galeando, donde pasan un mal rato, vamos a ver todas las heridas, además viene don pedro rivera a dedicarle sus corridos, uno en especial para el presidente barack obama. >> en esta segunda parte, nos llega el chef con alguna de las recetas. >> que van a hacer, ¿hamburguesas? >> no, voy a decir muy confidencialmente lo que le gusta al presidente de los estados unidos. >> ahí decía, yo lo leí. >> ya volvemos. ♪.. ♪.. ahí viene la plaga, me gusta bailar ahí viene la plaga, me gusta bailar. ♪.. ♪.. ♪.. >>yo hago eso y me sale una hernia. >>se colpasa todo. >>bailas rete bonito. >>dicen que para salir adelante en estos tiempos, hay que reinventarse. >>como lo hicieron este par de jóvenes mexicanos >>fundaron el primer sushi estilo culiacna. >>vamos con amelia maquiavelo desde los Ángeles, california. >>muy buenos días, muchas gracias, >>así es,dicen que este mundo está muy loco, y lo único que hay que hacer es acomodarse a él. vamos a ver qué hicieron mis entrevistados. >>parece un restaurante japónes especializado en sushi, pero con un detalle que los diferencia. es el sushi loco, estilo culiacán. un culiacancito roll, para los que no están acostumbrados al sabor oriental. >>aquí ponemos carne asada, pollo. en vez de wasabi, ají. >>y es que digo estoy en una taqueria, pero no, es sushi. >>la gente está asombradas, se va con buena sensación de boca. >>vienen hasta dos veces al dia. >>y es que estos jóvenes no solo han mexicanizado las tradicionales recetas, también han sido motivo de admiracion. >>comenzamos hace un año en una carreta, nos estacionabamos en las calles, como un vendedor ambulante, vendia sushi en la calle, no tenía permiso , me llevaba la policía, pero la gente nos siguió apoyando. >>gracias a esa humilde carreta en tijuana, tenemos el sushi loco, estilo culiacna >>un estilo muy propio que llega hasta al gusto del chef. >>si, el que arriesga se llama este platillo >>te arriesgas >>no es la especialidad de la casa, sino todo lo que se le ocurre poner al sushitcero. >>pues nunca hay un te arriesgas igual a otro. >>ya saben, si quieren alocarse y arriesgarse hay que someterse a las recetas japónesas con toque mexicano >>sushi al estilo cualicán. dice que han llegado hasta su restaurante loco, hasta los mismos nipones con la curiosiedad de probar esta comida >>que delicia, imagina, ves el crecimiento de estas personas, que comenzaron con una carretita. >>se me hizo agua la boca. >>y vi cuando tiraron quesito encima, chilito, ay, qué delicioso. >>les voy a caer en california pronto para probar ese sushi loco. te invitamos a ser parte de nuestro programa, escribenos en facebook y twitter, no olvides visitarnos en despierta américa.com aquí te esperamos. >>no más quiero decirles una cosa al dueño de mi sushi loco. >>que nos mande algo!! >>me encantó,carnita, camarón, queso fundido, ay!! >>lo invitamos. >>que venga aquí, a cocinarnos en despierta américa. >>le tengo, tacher, tu que te acercas a la edad de la senectud. (risas) >>quiere destruirte, compadre >>y tu tampoco, johnny. >>ya, no te unas a ella. (risas) >>déjenme decirles, no se preocupen, no será aburrido ser ancianito, porque el corazón es algo que nunca envejece, mire, estos señores en pensylvania no le temen a las bajas temperaturas, miren este deporte, el tubing, se suben a esta (llanta, y se lanzan. >>por los caminitos. (risas) >>carril, por el carril. >>lo he hecho. >>es divertidísimo. >>para mí fue un precipicio. >>y es que da miedo. que la (llanta salga volando y des donde estan los árboles. ellos dicen que se han vuelto a sentir jóvenes, que sienten que nunca envejecieron. >>es un hobbi. >>en puerto rico como no tenemos nieve, lo hacemos en el monte. >>donde quiera que encontremos una... bueno, no diré la palabra. la verdad es que lo hacíamos con cartones. >>en el yunque. >>y lo más bonito es que estos adultos se inventaron esto, imagínate. >>en chihuahua en el norte de méxico, lo hacíamos con nieve o arena. con la tapa del tambo de basura. >>ya yagua utilizabamos nosotros >>yaguas es parte de una palma, la abres y te montas y te vas. >>muchachos, quiero que nos unamos, nos demos las manos en paz. quiero platicarles, en india 40 mil personas se unieron de las manos. (cantando) ♪.. >>que se callen!! >>déjenme hablar, oigan. >>miren, 40 mil personas, en por de la paz, fueron 45 kilómetro de tantas personas que se unieron, unas 27 mil millas. >>uy, qué inteligente. (cantando) ♪.. ♪.. >> continuamos con mucho más desde la transmision del día, el presidente en que los unicos hispanos han renunciado y el mandatario no ha dicho quien puede vislumbrar para los puestos, en al toma de hoy vimos presencia hispana, y en el desfile tuvimos la oportunidad, esa dicha de conversar con un soldado costaricense, que siempre sueña con servir a la patria y hoy le sirve al presidente, conozca la historia de marcelo araya >> tiene 27 años, pero marcelo araya cuenta con 1 década de experiencia en el ejercito >> yo me gradué de highschool en miami florida, >> fue tanta la insistencia y deseos de seguir los pasos, que su padre, no tuvo más remedio que firmar el permiso, que lo obligó a enlistarse tan joven >> es la mejor decisión de la vida. >> esa pasión por su carrera lo ha convertido en un líder, y entrena colegas enviados a irak. este lunes su rol lo desempeña lejos del conflicto armado y sirve al mandatario durante el desfile >> son 55 soldados, cuando pasamos al frente de él tenemos que saludarlo >> el sargento cumple con una misión que pocos logran desempeñar >> cuando me lo dijeron por primera vez, es duro, hay muchos sodlados en el army >> lo seleccionaron de 205 mil de sus colegas para representar a la reserva del ejercito >> un orgullo y honor muy grande, mi famq siempre la llevo en mu corazón >> además de participar en el desfile, tendrá la oportunidad de mostrar sus dotes de bailaribn en la festa más improtante >> va a estar cerca del presidente. >> ya le pedimos fotografias al sargendo araya de la gran noche, se la pase de lo lindo, por doquier, oficiales, no oficiales, de organizaciones, de empresas, y 1 que acaparó en la liga latina >> fue una noche de lujo, el invitado especial fue el vice presidente de los estados unidos acompañado de su familia. >> en una noche en que los latinos fuimos protagonistas, los famosos desfilaron y rita moreno fue la primera en llegar >> ¿le complace mi trajecito? >> hasta quiero bailar con usted esta noche >> un merenguito >> si lo tocan >> eva longoria fue la estrella de la noche. >> para la comunidad, hay mucha gente que trabaja muicho con el presidente, y ahora es el tiempo que el puede decir gracias a todos. ♪ >> josé feliciano cantó el himno nacional de los estados unidos y esto espera del presidente >> que haga las cosas que le prometió a la comunidad latina, porque yo creo que es tiempo de arreglar las leyes de inmigración >> los más jóvenes de la velada fueron negrón. y prince royce >> para mi es un orgullo que la bachata crezca tanto, hay que seguir cantando y sacar música. >> fui nombrado como uno de los porta voces, y me hicieron surgir a la gente que salga a votar >> fue una gala impecable de principio a fin y en español. >> como diría tony de andrades, que bien, ahora continua asistiendo a las galas, 2 a la que asistirá el presidente barack obama y michelle, y esta tarde, más bien, quiero que me haga decir que pensaron sobre 3 cosas, primero el look de michelle obama que se convirtió en ícono de la moda, y este poeta de raices cubanas, richard blanco, en nomrbe de todo el equipo para agradecer la sintonia, hemos tenido todo el día de hoy para invitarles laultima información, lo hacemos con todo el entusiasmo del ritmo, con la misma forma en que recorre una milla y media en la capital, cuenta con diferentes bandas, foros, y también con la presencia del mandatario que ustedes saben en algunas oportunidades recorre parte de estas millas caminando en esta ocasion, la temperaturas está a favor de todos, la máxima hace 4 años fueron 28 grados farenheit, y en este año hablamos de temperaturas en los 40, así que lo hemos disfrutado un poco más, no hemos estado con ese frío terrible que no permite que nadie pueda festejar tranquilo en un día como hoy, estados unidos juramentó por segunda vez a un afroamericano, el primer presidente de raza negra en llegar a este puesto de liderazgo, para mi ha sido maravilloso compartir esta experiencia, más adelante en los próximos días compartiré detalles de como se lleva la ocbertura en facebook, ojalá que pueda visitarla. es mucha más inforación, se que todos ustedes en casa no se perdieron ni un solo minuto regreso con ustedes esperemos que este ahora con nuestro raúl que está de vacaciones, pero todos tenemos... ♪ ♪ >> ya tu sabes >> let it go, let it go. >> vamos a ver que nos tiene desde su templo anthakarana. buenos días. >> buenos días muchachas, acá les mando buenas vibras de su templo antakarana, es día da la patrona de mi país, la alta gracia y que reciba una alta gracia de misericordia y luz y llegando de mi país lego de allá, le doy las gracias a todos los que me trataron súper bien, la luna ingresa en géminis, aumenta los viajes cortos, y por placer o trabajo, pero les cuento que destacar en nuestro signo zodiacal, sus talentos, recibimos esas sensaciones, y ahora voy a decir que te deparan las estrellas, un mayor podeer en la capacidad de enfrentar la vida, eres el dueño de tu propia intuición, siempre guiate de tu voz interior, tauro, tus principales dones son la paciencia, aplicandola de manera sabia, usando la fuerza de voluntad que tienes, puedes mover montaña, géminis, el don que tu tienes es la inteligencia, así que úsala, todas las ideas fluyen de tu mente, tu puedes ver las 2 caras de la moneda de cualquier situación. cáncer, te conmueves con las situaciones sensibles, y la percepción de que la otra persona piensa. leo, tu talento tiene que sacar la fuerza, te pondria en frente de cualquier negocio, porque lo sacarás adelante, virgo, tienes la habilidad de ver bien las cosas, ese orden, disciplina, hacia el éxito, para organizar, concentrate en eso, libra, tu te destapas con todo lo que tiene que ver el arte, todo lo que tiene que ver con las leyes que atrae mucho, como la justicia equilibradamente, escorpio, percibe, y en lo oculto de cualquier situación, y la capacidad, aprovechale beneficio, y tu tienes el don de la palabra, de la alegría, del poptimismo tienes que obedecer más a tu corazón, capricornio, eres el serio, el independiente, y un consejo, acuario sientes ese interés por lo nuevo, eres dueño de inteligencia, de intuición, clarividencia, y sabe como persuadir a otra persona, como conseguir lo que quieras de otros, aprovecha los dones, piscis, la capacidad de servicio, es una de tus virtudeas, casi siquica, y una la sensibilidad para captar todo lo que te rodea, alguna vez fuiste como una esponja, y la copa de la suerte con el 6, 10 , 33, 54, 75, y aprieta el 92, y si tienen interés en saber lo que prepara su futuro, usando las cartas españolas, llama al número en pantalla y uno de mis siquicos ahí esperan tu llamada, te repito el número (información en pantalla). y conéctate con tu lado antakharana, bendiciones para todo >> gracias víctor, >> un beso hasta la gran manzana que hace mucho frío >> por todos lados, además queremos decirle que el niño prodigio respondió sus preguntas, si quiere conéctese a uvideos.com para que nos se pierda las respuestas, y mis consejos de cocina también >> lo aplico para limpiar, porque para cocinar no sirve >> vamos a una pausa, y más adelante hablaremos de las mascotas del presidente, ¿carla, sabes decifrar el lenguaje de tu mascota? >> no tengo >> mira no más, nuestra querida lucero se dejó ver con el empresario que se le relaciona y no se puede perder las imágenes en el revoltillo, prepare lapiz y papel, y el chef con su buen humor y las recetas favoritas del presidente obama. >> ahí están todas sus opiniones del cambio de look de michelle obama. >> ella a lo galilea, y ahora que internacional. >> estamos con las mascotas >> échense los 2. >> estamos echaditos. >> llama al número en pantalla, y conéctate con el mejor equipo de siquicos entrenados, tarjeta requerida para usar este servicio. ♪.. abran puertas y ventanas comeremos hasta el fin porque a casita ha llegado nuestro amigo chef pepin hasta el fin. ehhh >>señores, señores. fiesta ,fiesta >>continuamos celebrando la toma de posesion del presidente barack obama >>y el chef pepin viene a contrarnos de algunos platillos favoritos de barack obama. >>hay que ver el estilo con que agarra el pan. >>y qué presidencial me siento. quien no sabe qué es una hamburguesa. les voy a enseñar a hacer la mejor hamburguesa del mundo. comenzamos con carne molida nos humedecemos las manos con agua helada, por eso la carne no se nos pegará a la mano. no amasen, no más la tocan, le dan un aplastoncito. lo más importante es que tienen que hacer un apretón en el centro, dime porqué >>por qué el apretón en el centro. >>pues para que se cocine, cuantas veces has comido una hamburguesa y está cruda en el centro. >>pues hay aparatos distintos con qué hacerlas >>en las cosas caseras, estoy utilizando la tapa de un pomo. >>eso es bien criollo. los latinos si no sabemos lo inventamos. >>la cosa es que la podemos hacer de cualquier tamaño. >>ponemos la carne, la apretamos. >>te digo ,esta sirvienta contestona. por donde anda? >>oyela, oyela. >>ella puede estar en otro estudio y se escucha aquí >>hemos usado la tapa, ponemos un papel plástico, presiónamos un poquito y miren qué clases de hamburguesa. >>tenemos que presiónar en el centro. >>una vez le hacemos así. y ahí esta >>lo bueno de hacerlo con la mano, es que el tamaño lo eliges tu >>muchas personas sazonan la carne, pero no. aquí lo que queremos es el sabor de la carne. >>ahora si van a moler la carne en casa, tienen que meter la maquinita de moler en el refrigerador, porqué? para que la grasa no se disuelva y quede firme. >>y para los hotdog, mira, le puse cerveza >>ay, con razón. >>huele a cerveza. >>lo tapamos, me gusta hacerlo a baño maría, mira qué tamaño >>qué talento. >>lo que hacemos es que el pan, es súper importante, el 50% de hotdog es el pan. >>mientras más suave, sabroso, mejor. >>si lo quieren hervir, si quieren hervir en la cerveza el hotdog, tienen que hacer que la cerveza hierva, y luego introducir el hotdog. >>tienes fotos, que nos quieres enseñar. >>si, fui a la casa blanca a cocinar, ella es la chef de la casa blanca, es bien pequeñita la cocina. >>le hice unas arepas con jalapeño, y sandwiches cubanos. >>fue un honor que me invitaran a l casa blanca me escogieron con otra chef muy importante para hacer una coida latina. ♪. (aplausos) >>como está? >>el aplauso para el señor presidente. >>le cocinó bien? >>si, me hizo un hotdog cubano. >>la árepa un poco picante, yo querer probar hamburguesa. >>esta es una presidencial que acabo de hacer para usted. >>barriga llena, corazón contento >>le puse el quesito que a usted le gusta, tomate, cebollita, una clase de pan... >>venga por acá. (risas)
CNN
Jan 21, 2013 4:00pm PST
kids taking kissing pictures of their parents. as for michelle obama's outfit, it was by american designer thom browne. whether you like it or not, it could have been worse. imagine these other designed by browne, instead of the obamas, it could have been the inauguration of the monster. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >> i don't know about you, kate, but i had a great time watching all of this, the serious, the not so serious, and now people are going to go out there and have a few laughs. >> quite a day from the official ceremony on the west front of the capitol to all of the fun we have been having covering the parade and watching the president watch the parade from the reviewing stand. quite a day, and it's not even over yet for them. >> piers morgan, anderson cooper, erin burnett are getting ready to cover some of the fun, blacklife tie inaugural balls. they're only just beginning. >> only just beginning. there's a live picture we're seeing of one of the balls. the next question, what is everyone wearing? >> and we want to know hot the first lady will be wearing. of course, you w
CSPAN
Jan 19, 2013 11:00pm EST
." america, in the face of our common dangers, in this winter of our hardship, let us remember these timeless words. with hope and virtuewords -- wi, that as braved the icy current and/or what storms may come. let it be said by our children's children when we were tested refused to let this journey and, that we did not turn back nor did we falter and with eyes on the horizon and god's grace upon us, we carried force that gift of freedom and delivered it safely to future generations. thank you, and god bless you, and god bless the united states of america. [cheers and applause] >> following the ceremony, former president said goodbye and departed by helicopter from the east front of the capital. president obama led to the inaugural parade to the white house. at one point they got out of the limousine and walked the parade route. [cheers and applause] >> president barack obama. [cheers and applause] >> president barack obama and first lady michelle obama. [cheers and applause] >> wendy -- one of the many balls held that night was the commander in chief called, began in 2005, open to members of the military and the guests. they danced with members of the military and the president made some remarks. ♪ >> thank you. thank you all for coming. [applause] thank you. [applause] thank you so much. thanks to all of you. tonight i have the very special honor as being known as the guy who accompanied michelle obama to the ball. i want to start by thanking tonight's co hosts, the senior enlisted advisors of the five branches of the united states armed forces. [applause] i want to acknowledge the joint chiefs of staff, the chairmen of the joint chiefs of staff, who are here with us as well. thank you, gentlemen. i also want to recognize some very special guests. three hundred wounded warriors who are joining us. [applause] i want to thank all of you for your service. i wish you quick and healthy recoveries. i know that you are more than ready to get home to your families. i know they are more than ready to have you back. i also want to take a moment to honor the families of the fallen, who are here with us tonight. [applause] you have given so much to this country. i know that your loved ones sacrifice has been your sacrifice as well. please know that you in our thoughts and prayers. today, everyday, forever. and finally, i want to thank all of the enlisted men and women and junior officers here tonight. [applause] it is wonderful to be surround by some of the very best and bravest americans. your courage, grace, and your patriotism inspire us all. to you, and to all those watching around the world, know that as president, i will have no greater honor or responsibility than serving as your commander in chief. [applause] right now, as we gather here in washington, we are sobered by the knowledge that we have troops in all corners of the world, many of them in harms way. we are fighting to wars. -- two wars. we face dangerous threats to our security. we depend on the men and women of our armed services to keep us safe. we also know that service and sacrifice aren't limited to those who wear the uniform. because every time a serviceman redeploys, there is an empty seat at the table back home, and a family that has to bear an extra burden. that's why michelle has spent so much time these last few months working with our military families [applause]. and that's why tonight we don't just salute our troops, we salute the military families who have earned the respect of a grateful nation. [applause] understand, tonight isn't simply about the inauguration of an american president. it's a celebration of our military and our military families, so going forward you will have our support and our respect. you will have a great secretary of defense in bob gates. you will have a great secretary of veterans affairs in general erik shinseki. [applause] and every single day that i am in the white house, i will try to serve you as well as you are serving the united states of america. as i said earlier today, while the tests we face are new, and the ways in which we meet them may be new, the values on which our success depends are old. those values like hard work and honesty, courage and tolerance, loyalty and patriotism, those are values that are embodied in our armed forces. what's required is for all of us to return to those values, what's required is all of us to embrace a new era of responsibility where we expect and demand not only more of our leaders, but more of ourselves. so tonight, we celebrate, but tomorrow the work begins. and i look forward to joining you in that effort. together i am confident that we will write the next great chapter in america's story. now, i've got a little surprise for some of you. as i said before, we have folks who are working right now, in iraq and afghanistan, and it appears, if our technology works the way it's supposed to, that we should have members of the illinois army national guard 33rd infantry brigade combat unit based in urbana illinois. hey, guys. >> hello, sir. go ahead. good morning, sir. >> i was told there was going to be a delay. before you say anything, else can you please introduce the rest of your crew there? >> yes, sir. it is all about them. i am from chicago. most of the people are from chicago. before i pass the microphone, i wanted to invite you back to afghanistan and sit down with some of the great people we work with and develop their security forces. come on back when you get a chance. >> i will be back. >> how are you doing mr. president? chicago, illinois. west side, sir. >> hi, mr. president. i am near midway airport. >> can i ask a question before you pass on the mic we've got three chicago guys, this is an important test white sox or cubs? >> cubs fan, mr. president. >> i am sorry. i could not hear you. >> cubs then, mr. president. -- fan, mr. president. >> go to the next guy, let's see if we can find a white sox fan. cubs fan.om >> terrible. >> hi, cubs fan/. go, cubs. >> i am from chicago, illinois. and i may -- i am a sox fan. >> finally, about time. >> good morning, mr. president. i want to say hi to my family at home. and i am a cubs fan. >> well, sgt. major, we may be outnumbered, us white sox fans, but whether you're a white sox, cubs, or cardinals, we got some folks probably from scott air force base or something down in metro east. no matter were you are from, we are all grateful to you for your outstanding service, you make us proud, and we are going to do everything we can to make your work go smoother, and you need to know that every single american, regardless of party, regardless of what their politics are, support you, and will always support you. thank you so much. [applause] >> sir, right here. >> thank you everybody, and i will see you either back home or out where you guys are. thank you. and we salute you. got a very much. give them a big round of applause please. with that, we have one more person that i need to introduce, that would be the first lady of the united states of america, michelle obama. [applause] i may have been stood up. [laughter] [cheers and applause] ♪ >> please welcome the army search -- sgt. ♪ [cheers and applause] >> michele and i thank you for your service. we are grateful to you. god bless you and god bless the united states of america. ♪ [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] >> i, barack obama, do solemnly swear -- >> this weekend, president obama begins his second term. sunday, the official swearing-in ceremony at the white house before noon eastern. our coverage include your phone calls and a look back at the president's 2009 address. and then on monday, the public ceremony with the swearing in at noon eastern at the u.s. capitol. and other festivities including the capitol luncheon in the afternoon parade. all the coverage begins at 7:00 a.m. on c-span, c-span radio, and c-span.org. join the conversation on facebook, and on twitter. >> our website will have added features including video feeds from our c-span crews, the deal on demand of the day's major events and a visual page of behind-the-scenes photos, all at c-span.org. next, chelsea clinton, president obama, and joe biden taking part in national day of service. and another chance to see highlights from the 2009 inauguration of president obama. then a discussion about americans and their retirement savings accounts. >> i think every first lady brings a unique perspective to this job. if you did not, you could not live through it. i think to the extent this feels naturally to me at any level, and i would never have bought living in the white house would phil natural, it is because i tried to make it me. i try to bring a little bit of michelle obama into this. at the same time, respecting and valuing the tradition that is america. >> the first ladies, the pirates and public lives. c-span teams up with the historical association for a first of its kind series for television. first ladies, influence and image, season one begins on president's day at 9:00 p.m. eastern and pacific. on c-span, c-span radio, and c- span.org. >> saturday was the national day of service to honor the service and the legacy of martin luther king junior. one of these events took place at the washington -- the national mall. it was headlined by chelsea clinton, the honorary chair. joining her was beau biden. this is about 15 minutes. >> are you ready to kick off this day of doing a lot of good? i will be your and see today. let's have a huge national day of service welcome to the woman who was the co-chairman of the reelection campaign, and she is currently serving as the co- chair for the inauguration committee, let's hear it for eva longoria. >> good morning. i am so excited to be here. it is so inspiring to see so many of you come out for this national day of service and give back to your community. a lot of the know -- >> a lot of you know, i grew up in corpus christi, texas. and i grew up in a family of volunteers and a family and community of people who wanted to give back. my three sisters and i were very blessed to have a great role models, which were my parents, who dedicated their lives to serving the others. i mother was a special-education teacher. [cheers] yeah, teachers. my dad worked on the army base. my parents were crystal clear about what they wanted for us and that was an education. so a lot of what we did to give back was in the educational arena. i love that president obama house the same values. -- has the same values. he knows that, for our nation, and education cannot be a luxury. it will strengthen the middle- class and strengthen the work force that will keep us innovative. if you're thinking about how you can search or how you can follow the president's example to honor this national day of service, start with this. make a difference in one child's life. mentor a student. donate a book to a library, donate supplies to a school. i am here because i have someone looking out for me. i'm telling you how important my education was. someone was pushing me to succeed. but i want to make sure the next generation has that as well. so last year, when i launched the eva longoria foundation, i focused on helping advance latinas in education. a belief that america should be a place where hard work pays off, where ambition can create opportunity, and, no matter where at you look like or where you come from or what your last name is, you can make it if you try. [cheers and applause] by's start this new year achieving america's promise. we will go back to our schools and students and we will serve our community. and you will be serving your country when you serve your community. and is to make the dream of a good education a reality, it will enrich your life as well. it is my honor not to introduce someone who has giving back in her dna, the national chair of this national day of service -- chelsea clinton. [cheers and applause] ♪ >> good morning everybody. thank you, eva. to want to echo what eva said and say how wonderful it is to see everybody in this room. this day in particular has a lot of personal meaning for me. i am proud of my parents for countless reasons. [cheers and applause] i am glad you feel the same way. but one of the reasons i am particularly proud of my father today is that, 19 years ago, he signed that made martin luther king day a national day of service. [cheers and applause] and when he signed the bill, he reminded us of what dr. king often called life's most persistent and urgent question -- what are you doing for others? and in my family, the only wrong answer to that question is nothing. but there are as many right answers as there are people in this tent today and people in our country. eva spoke about how her parents inspired her. my parents certainly inspire me every day. but today, when i engaged in a service project with my husband mark, i will be thinking about my grandmother dorothy who started giving back when she was a child. she volunteered in her local school, helping to tutor migrant workers, farm children in southern california, in reading in english and writing. as she got older and had her own children, she provided school trips. she always wanted to cook an extra lunch for someone whose parents could not provide that for them. when she got older still, her children, including my mom, had left the hall. she became a big sister to mentor young girls like her who had been neglected and abused as a child. when she got older still and she could not do that any longer, she would knit clothing to donate to her local church. and then when she got older still and she could no longer in it, she gave with money she could to support the big sisters and big brother program and to help still ensure that little girls like her would have people who had believed in them, just what she had summit people who believe in her because she always believed that every child who had been neglected to grow up and be a mother, to have a home full of love and support so their children, like my mother, could have dreams that reached the sky. and that is the chain of service in our country and i am deeply grateful to the inspiring example of my grandmother and my parents and i am so grateful to see some much enthusiasm in this room today. and i hope that today will be either the only most recent date of service in so many of your lives, particularly with so many of the children in the tent today, your first day of service. it is so much more fun when we all work together. it is my great honor and privilege to ask beau biden to the stage. have fun today, everybody. ♪ >> good morning, everyone. thank you for leading the support and effort here in this inaugural weekend. thank you for your leadership here and think the most -- thank you most importantly to you all out here on this chilly saturday morning. your dedication is inspiration to me and my family. this event, the national day of service, is a wonderful way to honor, as chesley just eloquently and noted, the legacy of dr. king. but it is also a reminder that our veterans of our nation, every day is a big service for them and every day's a day of sacrifice. today, in my career in the military, i have had the honor of serving with two heroes whose service and sacrifice i have seen up close and personal. as of yesterday, we remember today the 6572 brave men and women in uniform who paid the ultimate sacrifice. [applause] returning home as fallen angels in my state and delaware. as you look around this magnetism all, you will see -- magnificent mall, you will see memorials to that service, memorial honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country. but there are fewer monuments to the thousands of selfless acts of service and sacrifice performed every day around this country and the world by our servicemen and women. whether a is a 17-year-old boy reporting for basic training after begging his mom to sign a waiver to allow him to join or to national guardsmen who leaves his hall and his family as the storm approaches to go fill sandbags to protect another person's home, whether it be in a hurricane or super storm sandy. you can clap for that. that is right. [applause] the servicemen and women and the veterans and their families were here with us this morning are living monuments to that service. their commitment to serve, their willingness to volunteer should be inspiration and is an inspiration to me and it should be to you and i know it is. in spite of all the talk of how divided we are as a nation, how we are as a country, more and more americans are coming together to serve each other every day. volunteers in america is at a five-year high. in 2011, americans spent 8 billion hours giving back to their communities, enough hours to build the entire state building more than a thousand times over. [cheers and applause] you represent that. you're organizing food drives, mentoring children from the building playgrounds and so much more. when i look out and see you all and the kids here today, your service is having an even greater impact because you're in selling what my wife and i and brother and sister-in-law and my sister and brother-in-law are trying to do with our kids, instilling that had a service, making it second nature to but others first as chelsea's parents taught her. so my request to you today is to take advantage of the hundred plus organizations in this tent and on the small around this city that are out there to see if there is one where their mission matches your passion and consider serving our veterans as a small way of repaying the service that they have given to us. as my father said, helpless show -- help us show that the strength of our example as an example of our strength. plug in to do all they can to strengthen our nation. [cheers and applause] today, we can all and hand and do the same. and in doing so, we are working to make our great country worthy of our veterans service and their sacrifice. thank you and god bless our troops. [cheers and applause] your name?'s >> the president and first lady or at an elementary school in washington, d.c. where they participated in a community service project. afterwards they spoke about the importance of volunteering. >> that was a good one. [cheers and applause] >> hello, everybody. hello, hello, hello. [applause] this is a good looking crew here. first of all, we want to acknowledge the elementary school and the principal here who is doing outstanding work. you may think she is a student at no, she is the principal. as a look around the room, i see friends from all across the country, people who have been such great supporters of ours. more importantly, everybody here, adults and children understand the importance of giving back. as we think about, not so much about the inauguration, but the fact this is doctor king's birthday we will be celebrating, this weekend. that he saidminded everybody wants to be first, everybody wants to be a drum major, but if you are going to be a drum major, be a drum major for service, be a drum major for justice, the a drum major for looking out for other people. [applause] organizations like city year, the corporation for national service, all the great work that is being done day in, day out shows there is a huge thunder on the part of young people to get involved in to get to engage. it was interesting -- we were talking to one of that young people, i was stating a shelf -- michelle does -- says i did a fine job. i was talking to them and they said our parents, every holiday we would always do service and so i was taught at a very young age. the fact we have some outstanding young people here today, i want to say thank you to the parents for showing early on and to all of our young people how gratifying and fulfilling this is. this is really what america is about. this is what we celebrate. this inauguration, it is a symbol of our democracy works and how we peacefully transfer power, but it should also be an affirmation we are in this together and we have to look out for each other and work hard on behalf of each other. we are thrilled all of you are here. we are -- we hope you're having a great time. [applause] i hear reports that he and people did some good work and some of the older folks like me, who it hurts getting our knees, bending down a little bit, we were able to manage also. and some hal michelle obama looked stylus' the whole time she was doing it. -- looked stylish the whole time she was doing it. >> i know we have a lot of family members in the audience. we always force our family, when they do something really cool, they have to serve than they do it happily. i am proud for our families for always being there for us. we love you guys. as brock said, this is a weekend of celebration. we have to remember that the reason why we are here, why we are standing here, why we are able to celebrate this because a lot of people worked hard and supported us. and we have a job to do. this is a symbol of the kind of work we need to be doing for the next four years and beyond. [crash] that was the press. it is ok. i hope he did not break it. for all of the young people, and we have all lot of young people, city year members, this to be beset the school, as barack says, we are passing the baton to you. as you making your way through life, who are you pulling up behind you? as long as you are pulling somebody behind you, you are doing the right thing. we are very proud of the land we are going to come down and shake some hands. [cheers and applause] >> joe biden and jill biden participated at the d.c. armory. they helped pack kits for wounded warriors and first responders. the vice president also spoke to those who turned out to help. how are you? nice to see you. ♪
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>> live and in hd, this is abc7 news at 11:00, on your side. >> in derision fever is in the air tonight. several parties happening all over town. >> all this while preparations are underway for the big day on monday. we have team coverage for the inauguration of president obama. we will get started with richard. people will be working round- the-clock to get ready for monday. >> [no audio] the us capitol grounds. and much of the national on lockdown tonight. >> i think it is a necessary fact of life these days unfortunately. >> from now through inauguration day concrete barriers and road closures will be a d.c. life. >> i work at the house building. it is all blocked off. >> this includes nearly 4000 police office personnel. butler adams from chicago is here in 2009. all this is a part of the post- 9/11 world. >> something that may happen to the president, people in the city in general. >> within a not duration crowd of 500,000 to 700,000 people, everything will remain open. >> most countries -- went to the olympics this year, same situation. correct on monday, and airspace around the district will be closed. no river traffic on the potomac. >> i am not surprised that you have security. >> some might wish this distinguished occasion could be more open. pre-9/11, if you wilpening. >> i do appreciate all the security. >> all of that additional security comes at a price, time. it will take you longer to get where you need to go. the best advice i am hearing is to get here early. reporting live, abc 7 news. >> good advice there. it is not just about the preparations, it is also about the parties. there are lots of them. rebecca cooper joins us live with more on tonight's's festivities. rebecca? >> good evening from the reynolds center for american art. as you can hear, they are partying and celebrating as the events kick off for the and not duration. a hard-fought campaign as both sides worked hard to try to get their candidate elected. this is a time for celebration. ♪ tonight, the kids got their turn. katy perry kicked off the party hosted by michelle obama and joe biden to honor young americans. >> earlier in the day, the first family participated in the national day of service. tonight, several states are celebrating. oklahoma went red for mitt romney, but their party tonight is a bipartisan celebration of the presidency. >> it does not matter if we agree politically. we are all here because we love our country and we love the political system. >> rock stars like common tonight are d.c. dignitaries. he worked hard on this campaign and knows who he wants to dance with. >> i got a go with michelle obama. she is an incredible woman. she is from ch>> the message from these celebrities young voters can make a difference. >> do know the facts. get up and do it is cool right now, that is vote. the same thing that got obama to be president two times. that momentum. the people are going to create new demand. >> all of the people who worked so hard to get him elected, this is a way to say thank you. >> we gave, and a choice, did he want to dance with michelle obama or beyoncÉ? he left no doubt, michelle obama is the lady of the hour this weekend. there are a lot of events going on tonight, tomorrow, monday and monday night. no rest for the weary. the people who worked hard for this election are all coming together with several days of celebration. reporting live rebecca cooper, abc 7 news. >> i am still partial for beyoncÉ. she is my girl. this weekend is not just about adult celebrating the not duration, it is about the kids as well. >> ♪ ["yeah" plays] usher was just one of several entertainers on hand for the kids in non-neural concert. the event was organized especially for the children of active-duty soldiers. michelle obama talked about how hard military life can be on kids. >> think about how hard it is for military kids to be apart from the people they love most. how they missed their moms and dads everyday. and would do anything to have them back home. that is just a glimpse of what it means to be a military kid. >> the vice president's wife dr. jill biden also spoke at the event. attendees also included sasha and melia obama. >> they are not all official and not euro balls, but some groups are holding their own parties. this evening, hundreds packed the carnegie institute of science in northwest d.c. for the new mexico inaugural ball. the event was sponsored by the new mexico state society of washington d.c. >> a website held an inaugural ball as well tonight at the national museum of american history. s were invited to look at exhibitions, including one on the 1963 march on washington. the group was celebrating its fifth anniversary covering news, politics, and culture from a black perspective. >> says turned into more than a big celebration. . it is also marking a national day of service for martin luther king jr.. president obama and the first family volunteered their time at an elementary school in northeast d.c. >> i am always reminded that he said, everybody wants to be first. everybody wants to be a drum major. but, if you're going to be a drum major be a drum major for service. be a drum major for justice. >> vice president biden spend the day at the d.c. armory filling at care packages for troops. >> did you see this? the new addition will make it official -- d.c. license plates on the president's limousine. white house officials encouraged taxation without representation plates. >> the question everyone is asking, we know it will be chilly on inauguration day, but just how cold? will we get snow? >> that is the crazy thing. a four letter word. >> not to give the whole thing away but we experienced a wonderful day today. temperatures well into the 50's. unfortunately, it will not be like that on monday. early monday morning, temperatures in the 20's. they will rebound into the middle 30's. then, a chance for some light snow. not expecting any major accumulation, but a light dusting is not out of the question. the windchill factor will make it feel like the 20's. let's take a look at our forecast tomorrow morning. 28-30 four degrees. lots of sunshine. wins out of the south at 10-15. we will talk about the extended outlook beyond inauguration day some of the coldest temperatures we have seen in a couple of years. i will tell you when, in just a few minutes. >> let's hope that we have switched to celsius there with those temperatures. we want to invite you to join our inauguration coverage on monday. we will kick things off early with a quote good morning washington at 4:30 a.m. >> the hostage crisis in nigeria is over tonight. chuck reports, only one american was killed and two others remain unaccounted for. >> the algerian army. out its third and final assault saturday recapturing the bp national gas complex. >> for the people there, their family and friends, this continues to be a harassing and distressing time. >> forces moved in quickly despite objections that the us and other countries, concerned about the safety of the hostage urges they met with ferocious resistance. >> algerian officials say 23 hostages were killed. apparently executed by the terrorists. one of them was an american. 58-year-old fred buttaccio. many of the survivors have been flown to italy, shellshocked and beaten. these fortunate ones, relieved to be returning to their families. the algerian say they killed at least 32 terrorists, their bodies displayed on algiers tv. now the focus is on this man the leader of the terror group. he is believed to have masterminded the attack from the safe haven of molly -- mali. >> five people were heard -- hurt at gun shows tonight. a man shot himself while leaving a gun show. in ohio, one man showed another man a gun and accidentally pulled the trigger. and take a look at this crowd. in raleigh, north carolina came running out of the dixie gun and knife show after shots were fired. and then unzipped his rifle case and then the gun went off. everyone involved in the shootings is expected to be ok. the message was loud and clear. kroger and supporters holding rallies at state capitals across the country. -- pro-gun supporters holding rallies at state capitals across the country. martin o'malley revealed sweeping new gun control proposals. some say these will step on second amendment rights. >> i think they are deliberately going out of way to make it harder for law-abiding citizens to be able to protect themselves. >> governor o'malley wants all gun owners to obtain licenses and take a safety course. he also wants more background checks and an assault weapons ban. those attending today's rally leave the governor's ideas will be hotly debated in the coming weeks. >> demands as all of america has been waiting to hear from -- we are finally hearing from the notre dame but ballplayer who says he is the victim of a hoax. -- football player who says he is the victim of a hoax. >> also, remembering earl weaver. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ multiple sounds making melodic tune ] ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] at northrop grumman, every innovation every solution comes together for a single purpose -- to make the world a safer place. that's the value of performance. northrop grumman. o0 c1 >> you are watching 11. >> word came within the last few hours. former st. louis cardinals stan musial died today. the 92-year-old was one of a spouse greatest hitters and a hall of famer. stan the man as he was called he led the cardinals to three world series championships. he was 92 years old. earlier in the day, we learned that former baltimore orioles manager earl weaver suffered a heart attack in the caribbean last night. many fans agree that weaver is the heart and soul of the orioles. he was the team's manager for 17 seasons and led them to a world championship in 1970. his confrontations and outbursts with umpires were legendary. the fans loved him. >> he has that baltimore attitude. hard work aggressive, but very good sense of humor. >> weaver remains the orioles winning manager. he was inducted into baseball's hall of fame in 1996. cal ripken junior says the 82- year-old's passion for the game will always be remembered. >> it was revealed this week that the girlfriend he claimed died of cancer on the same day as his grandmother never existed at all. he believed she was real, but had to lie about meeting her in person. >>-- >> espn said that he asked him roughly 300 questions and believed his story. the man behind the hoax has not yet commented. >> still a lot of questions there. a lot of questions answered last night in part two of lance armstrong's interview with oprah winfrey. the embattled cyclist talked about admitting to his family about doping. he said he told his sons, stop defending him. a former teammate, tyler hamilton had this reaction to the interview. >> it is a first step. he is coming clean. he is telling the story that he has taken performance enhancing joe -- drugs. >> was a genuine emotion? >> i think so. i went through the same process on a much smaller scale. it is going to get easier for him. i think he will open up much more. i think we saw a lot of the truth, but not the whole truth. >> hamilton went on to say that he has never seen lance armstrong shed a tear in their time together, until last night. he says he does not need an apology, he has moved on with his life. >> the home of the tour de france was covered in heavy snow tonight. it may look pretty, but across the country, this has caused some serious traffic problems and accidents. flights have been grounded. it does not appear that any of that is bothering people on the streets in the city of lights you were just there to stop and take some pictures. >> absolutely beautiful in paris. >> everyone is asking, when are we going to see snow? >> monday, a couple of inches across most of the united kingdom and australia. all-time high in sydney, 114 degrees, it is summer down there. we are going to feel the difference as we move into tuesday and wednesday. the coldest air in the four years. the inauguration, everybody was freezing down there. outside this hour, we have a cold front on the way. it is 44 degrees at reagan national airport. windchill factor in the upper 30's. wins south southwest at 13. it is 44 in annandale. 42 and washington d.c. the winds are going to die down briefly, then pick up again during the day tomorrow. temperatures outside these are our average highs for the day. here we have about 11:20. it is 43 at, 45 at manassas. we are watching this courtoff to the west. over the past three weeks or so, we have had the cold air in the upper midwest, but had a hard time breaking its way loose to the mid-atlantic. that will change by tuesday wednesday, and thursday, we will be lucky to make it above freezing for daytime highs. nighttime lows in the single digits to middle teens. high pressure just up the coast. the cold will move through the day tomorrow. a range in temperatures tomorrow, ranging from the 30s to around 50 closer to the district. clouds will increase. the front will move through. by afternoon, six o'clock. temperatures begin to fall. on monday, in a duration day martin luther king day look for temperatures that are going to hover around 40 degrees. we may see some light snow showers developed during the afternoon and early evening hours. if we see an accumulation, only a little bit of a dusting. it should not cause any problems for the festivities. the forecast for tonight, 28-30 four degrees. tomorrow, plenty of sunshine. a bit recede. 45-53. inauguration day temperatures in the middle to upper 30's to around 40. the extended outlook, he colder air -- look at that. mid to upper 20's. these are in town high temperatures on tuesday and wednesday. night time lows on tuesday night at reagan national are projected around 15 degrees. it could drop to around eight or nine in our northern and western suburbs. the windchill factor will make it even colder. >> thanks. [laughter]hopefully we will have some great sports news to warm us up. >> yes, foxboro tomorrow. >> bundle up. >> we are less than 24 hours away from the afc championship game. what to expect for that ravens- patriots matchup. down in florida >> and now, the toyota sports desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers. >> so much for that hot playoff goalie street. he had a shaky season opening performance in tampa bay tonight. he blocked only 28 of 34 shots. he did not get much help from the defense. take a look. laying catch up. joe ward came up big. tying the game up at two. caps down. tied up at three. caps defense was not doing much. a thorn in the side. two goals on the night including the go-ahead goal. local sports fans owns about the capitol not getting much relief from the georgetown game today. anthony collins with 14 points. helping get their first big east win of the season -- how did it happen? aaron bolan gets an open lane. georgetown up 11. florida comes back. there's anthony collins with three-putted -- three. the ball, turns over. turn this one over. losing 61-58. the tar heels reggie leading the way with 34 points. maryland had 21 turnovers today. just rub it in at the half. bounce pass and does the rest. north carolina wins, 52-52. joe harris with the three here. mitchell pitched in 13 points. 56-36. george mason in dcaa. the patriots was strong. 21 points to a victory over hofstra. they have now won four of their last five games. the ravens are gearing up for that afc championship game tomorrow kickoff is at 6:30 p.m. at foxboro. it is a rematch of last year. new tight ends for new england he injured his forearm. he will be at the game. make sure you go to wjla.com. revenge on the mind of the ravens? >> revenge and football -- you try to allow that to take over on the field. that is when bad things happen. we have just got to go play our game. >> play it they will. sadness in the world of sports baseball this is to legends today. not only earl weaver, but hall of fame are stan 'the man' musial passed away. the wizards in la losing the clippers, 33-44 in the second quarter. >> maybe the lockout can be extended a little bit. >> a kind of still is. it starts at home. >> an unusual spin on a weekend filled with inauguration related events. >>
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did she implode already? >> be nice this is "first look" on msnbc. stay tuned, "way too early" starts right now. >>> we believe in our right to defend ourselves and our families with semiautomatic firearms technology. we believe that if neither the criminal nor the political class and their bodyguards and security people are limited by magazine capacity, we shouldn't be limited in our capacity either. >> that is a typically fired up wayne la pierre, the head of the nra. good morning, i'm mark halperin, this is "way too early," imagining all the people living in peace. thanks for being up with us this wednesday, january 23rd. there's a new debt ceiling plan from speaker john boehner and the house republicans that could force senate democrats to finally show their hand and pass a budget. plus it's only day four of president obama's second term, but joe biden is already commenting on possibly running for the top job himself in 2016. we'll show you what he said in a minute. first the new developments in the debate over guns in america. the national rifle association last night delivered a sharp response to president obama's inaugural address. speaking in reno, nevada, way waywayn wayne lapierre lashed out at one word from president obama. >> we cannot mistake absolutism, or treat name calling as reasoned debate. >> obama wants to turn the idea of absolutism into a dirty word, just another word for extremism. he wants you, all of you, and americans throughout all of this country, to accept the idea of principles as he sees fit. it's a way of redefining words so that commonsense is turned upside down and that nobody knows the difference. >> lapierre vowed not to give ground on gun control including efforts to increase background checks. a new poll found 92% of americans favor background checks for all gun buyers. >> he wants to put every private, personal firearms transaction under the thumb of the federal government. and he wants to keep all of those names in a massive federal registry. there's only two reasons for a federal list on gun owners. to either tax them or take them. that's the only reason. and anyone who says that's excessive, president obama says you're an absolutist. >> it's back to business in washington today. republicans in the house are expected to vote on a plan that would diffuse the debt ceiling crisis. the federal government could keep borrowing money for three months, in exchange house develop members want the senate to pass a budget, something that body has not done since 2009, exactly 1,365 days ago. this time instead of demanding spending cuts, republicans added a provision to the bill that would suspend lawmakers own paychecks if a budget is failed to be passed by april 15th. >> most americans believe if you don't do your job you don't get paid. that's the basis for no budget no pay. it's time for the senate to act. i think the american people understand that you can't continue to spend money that you don't have it's time for us to come to a plan that will, in fact, balance the budget over the next ten years. it's our commitment to the american people. we hope the senate will do their budget as they should have done over the last four years. >> boehner's plan getting a pretty good reception. the club for growth which led the revolt against his plan b proposal last round, said it will not oppose today's plan on suspending the debt ceiling, and even the white house saying president obama would sign the bill if it passes congress. >> the house republicans made a decision to back away from the kind of brinksmanship that was very concerning to the markets, very concerning to business, very concerning to the american people. so the fact that the house republicans have made that decision is certainly something we welcome. >> all right. more than four months after the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in bengahzi, libya, today secretary of state hillary clinton finds herself in the hot seat. she has a doubleheader of congressional hearings, in what will likely be her final appearance on the hill. she is likely to face tough questions from house and senate committees about the security lapses has led to the killing of four americans including ambassador chris stevens. the hearing begins this morning at 9:00 p.m. and house questioning at 2:00 p.m. lawmakers are expected to ask clinton whether or not she new the bengahzi consulate asked for additional security and asking about her whereabout thewhereab actions as the attacks were happening. >>> john kerry is expected to face little resistance during his hearing tomorrow, though senator john mccain joked he is looking forward to interrogating his long-time colleague. >> we had a good conversation with senator kerry. we look forward to interrogating him at his hearing next week, mercilessly. we will bring back for the only time waterboarding to get the truth out of him. >> jocularity about the kerry hearing but tougher time for chuck hagel. president obama's nominee to be secretary of defense. senator mccain met with hagel yesterday and said the two had a frank and candid conversation ahead of next week's confirmation hearings for hageh. >>> joe biden beginning his second term as vice president, and he is keeping a close eye of possibility on moving down the hall to the bigger office. it's been widely reported that the president appeared to be in high 2016 campaign mode throughout inauguration weekend. mr. biden said it is too early to think about that, but he's not taking his name out of the running. >> is there any reason you wouldn't run? >> there's a whole lot of reasons why i wouldn't run. i haven't made that decision. i don't have to make that decision for a while. >> so you ready to run against hillary clinton in 2016? >> i haven't made that judgment and hillary hasn't made that judgment. i tell you what, everything that should be done over the next two years that i should be part of would have to be done whether i run or i don't run. if this administration is successful, whoever is running as the democrat's better position to win. if we're not successful, whoever runs as the nominee will be less likely to win. >> run, joe, run. after a little action over the weekend with big wigs during the festivities, last night joe biden and his wife attended a reception with big wigs from the democratic national committee. >>> the governor of nebraska has given the okay for the pipeline to run through the cornhusker state. that green lights the project to the obama administration. the new route would minimize the impact on the environment and stimulate the economy. the state department has to approve the project since it crosses the international border with canada. the pipeline's future is still in doubt. john boehner in a statement said nebraska's approval of the new keystone xl pipeline route means there's no bureaucratic excuse, hurdle or catch president obama can use to delay the project any further. he and he alone stands in the way of tens of thousands of new jobs and energy security. the obama administration pushed back a decision on the project until after march. >>> according to some commit polling, benjamin netanyahu and his political allies have won election in tuesday's israeli elections. he will get a third term as president but his power is diminished after his party lost about 11 seats. >>> also overseas this morning, british prime minister david cameron made a critical speech on the uk's rocky relationship with the eu. cameron proposed a bold referendum to allow british voters to decide whether or not to exit the alliance by 2016. >> there's no doubt we're more powerful than washington, delhi because we're a powerful player inside the union that matters for british jobs, and security. it matters to our ability to get things done in the world. it matters to the united states and other friends around the world, which is why many tell us clearly they want britain to remain in the european union. if we left the european union, it would be a one-way ticket, not a return. >>> let's take an early look at the markets. we'll get all up in your business this morning. steve sedgwick is live in london, which is still at this hour firmly part of the european union. >> and set to be for a bit longer. there was a huge caveat to what david cameron said there in that sound bite. he wants more competition in europe, more accountability, better growth and wants us to get out of the eurozone debt crisis. he wants to renegotiate with europe. the time frame for the uk to come out of europe is set back for about four years because he needs to get a mandate, win the next election in 2015, negotiate terms and have an in and out on the basis of that. so it's a long process. elsewhere in corporate news, really good numbers last night from google. the decline in ad revenues was much less. ibm had brilliantly better service figures, and we're waiting for the number from apple. >> we're always awaiting numbers from apple. thank you steve sedgwick. >>> as always, please let us know why you're awake. you can shoot us an e-mail at waytooearly@msnbc or tweet me. still ahead on "way too early," serena williams is stunned at the australian open. she loses to a 19-year-old american named sloan stephens. we'll show you why and how williams lost her cool. >>> and a little steven colbert as he offers his theory on why americans love the british aristocr aristocrats. and more on the frigid temperatures sweeping america when "way too early" comes back. >>> i have asked for this radio and television time tonight for the purpose of announcing that we today have concluded an agreement to end the war and bring piece with honor in vietnam and in southeast asia. my insurance rates are probably gonna double. but, dad, you've got... 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(blowing sound) ask your doctor about spiriva. >>> you're looking live -- no that's not live, that's yesterday footage from erie, pennsylvania with snow on the ground. white stuff falling lots of places in the u.s. let's get the full weather package from the full package bill karins. if it was live, you would see the same thing. still snowing there and bitterly cold >> probably darker. >> maybe a little darker, unless there's some crazy phenomenon going on. what's up weather-wise? >> one week of this. then it will be mild again. we can all celebrate that winter is over hopefully. this is a brutal week. the great lakes has dealt with it for two, three days but now it's settled in to areas on the east coast from boston southward to d.c., one of the coldest mornings in two or three years. windchills minus 2 in central park. minus 8 in cleveland. northern new england really, really cold. they're used to it, probably get this once or twice a winter, but burlington vermont, minus 22. green bay, not much better. negative windchills for chicago it's this cold pretty much everywhere. when it's this cold and the lakes are not frozen, you will get the lake-effect snow. erie down towards ashtabula and cleveland, be careful driving along the lakeshore. d.c., maybe a coating up to a half inch late tonight into tomorrow morning. shouldn't cause many problems. look at how cold it is, even for daytime highs of 19 in new york. that's hard to do without a snow pack on the ground. we're not looking at this widespread. other areas of the country are looking at this laughing saying ha-ha because it will be 71 in dallas. 67 in denver. one half of the country is very cold. the other half is nice. florida doing okay. they're avoiding the cold at 76. our friends in denver, 67. that's chilly. >> i don't get 67 in denver. >> what? >> 67 in denver does not compute for me. >> that's shorts weather. >> is that a record? >> i'll have to look that up. >> bill karins, thank you. we go to the videotape and sports. stunning upset as serena williams is out of the australian open. 19-year-old sloane stephens you see right there with williams. she is the only american left in the tournament. williams smashing her racket in the changeover in the decisive third set. williams lost the third set 6-4. she did injury her back in the second set causing her serves to slow down considerably. that's her first loss since way back on august 17th it means stephens, there very happy, will play in her first career grand slam semifinal tomorrow. she will face off against victoria azarenka. >>> to golf, where the recent tax changes have not gone unnoticed by phil mickelson. mickelson said on sunday he would be making drastic changes because of his tax situation. he can considering moving away from his native california because taxes on it's estimated $45 million a year income for him are too high. he has since apologized for talking finances in the media. a newly passed california ballot initiative raised state income taxes on his yearly winnings to over -- early earnings of over $1 million to 13.3%. that means mickelson will now pay almost $6 million a year in state income taxes alone. many professional golfers like tiger woods move to florida and texas to avoid state income taxes. rick perry always trying to recruit new wealth and businesses to his state went on twitter and tweeted, hey, phil, texas is home to liberty and low taxes. we'd love to have you as well. >>> all right. nfl news. two weeks away from the all harbaugh super bowl, because it's "way too early," we will talk about new york football. rex ryan having a tough off season so far. he allegedly caused a three-car crash on the night of january 14th when he was trying to beat a red light in a little town known as bethlehem, pennsylvania. the police report said ryan was traveling at a high rate of speed, but the police officers let him off with a written warning. >>> nba, clippers hosting the thunder in a match-up of two of the best teams out west. play of the game, not from the players but the ref -- ow. managed to get back on his feet after he was pegged in the face with the basketball. the referee, derrick richardson, took the blocked shot in the face from jordan, but he got back up, shook it off, stayed in the game. thunder won 109-97. >>> before we go to break, an important programming note. coming up on "morning joe," cleveland indians manager terry francona will be here with a revealing look at his eight years helming the boston red sox. >>> at the top of the hour on "morning joe," we'll talk about the nra and how it's looking to shut down the one gun reform proposal that seemed to be getting traction from all sides of the debate. the "morning joe" crew will weigh it on that and look at the power of the once powerful firearms lobby and if they're losing their grip on the conversation. >>> when we come back, we'll huddle up around the water cooler where even president obama admits michelle obama's new bangs were the most significant part of the weekend. jimmy kimmel will put the hairstyle hysteria into perspective. ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you turn an entrepreneur's dream... ♪ into a scooter that talks to the cloud? ♪ or turn 30-million artifacts... ♪ into a high-tech masterpiece? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. >>> all right. we told you at the top of the show that wayne lapierre made it clear yesterday his group will fight any efforts at gun control, including universal background checks for all gun sales. if you want to sound smart, tell your friends that s thas tha s 40% of all gun sales are private and currently exempt from any background check. >>> enough real news, we'll gather around the water cooler and watch jimmy kimmel take us through the most mentioned phenomenon of monday's inauguration. >> michelle obama is already setting a trend with those brand new bangs. >> i can't tell you how many people came up to me saying i can't wait to see her bangs. >> for some people, all people can see is michelle obama's new bangs. you mentioned the bangs. >> more about michelle obama and the bangs. what do you think about the bangs? >> fantastic. >> i love the bangs. >> i do really like michelle obama's bangs. >> bangs. >> bangs. >> bangs. >> bangs. >> bangs. ♪ she bang >> i love her bangs. >> there you have it. ricky martin is a time traveler. he knew this would happen 12 years ago. >>> stellar performance by kelly clarkson at the inauguration when she sang. president obama a personal than of hers. what would it be like if mitt romney, rather than barack obama had won the election and got to choose the music? ♪ great >> boom! the woman's got game. either way it's still better than what we would have had had romney won. ♪ ♪ from sea to shining sea >> nailed it. >>> i'm a huge fan, as you know, of pbs's "downton abbey" but could that show actually be right wing propaganda? >> rich people, powerful people in america today are reviled, aren't they? they're dismissed as fat cats who don't pay their fair share. we just hate them. rich people are evil. along comes this show, downton abbey, rich people prominently featured, they're nice, generous, they create jobs. they're classy, they have style and we love them. that show is wildly popular, which poses a threat to the left, doesn't it? >> yes, it does. yes, it does, the popularity of "downton abbey" proves america loves rich guys. just like "breaking bad" proves america loves meth dealers. >>> still ahead on "way too early," why you are possibly awake? your tweets, texts and e-mails are next. 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((breek 2)) 3 political junkies llve tte inauguration fr iit historical significane.....but wants to knoo "who" will michelle obama be wearing. as alino cho howss matters.one appearance can ce - change a designerrs career overnight. 3 first lady michelle obamawhen first lady michelle obama walked out on stage in thht &pmemorable white own by jason puu..overnight, the designer me to thaa moment. wherr she e walkkd out. i mean i was scream that's me!so....who wiil be the lucky one four years later? shh's done in keeping it a previous administtations, the whileetherr was always interest in what the ffrst lady wore, theee was never ptis kind of red carpet moment. sources close to he procees say wwattstarted out as a 200designer field for the inaugural own has now designers who ave a shot at worldwiie fame.so ho are they? liiely a new york-based designer and quite possibly ooe that issemerging verrus establishee.around thanksgiving designers submit sketchhs...of those chosen garments areemade...there aae the gowns are actually ngss.. shuttled back and forth bbtween new yorr ann d-c betteen fittings.and because these designers don'thave direct access to the first lady they have mannequins ade in her likeness that liveeinn would compare ittto dressing anne hathaway at the olden globes, but i would saa it's more like if you dress every globes. t'' that much exposure.by ooe estimate a singll appearance by tteefirst lady ii a designer's clothes is worth 14-milllon dollars. appearances for the year and that's a nearry 3-billion ddllar boost to the ffshion iidustry.takk jason wu since that moment he's designed everything from a target collection to canddess to furniture.but that's those famous arms ttnds to y favor strapless and one-shoulder gowns.fitted at &pthe waist and lots of color. sources says strapless is at leass one option shh's ponsidering...designers are mindful this piece of clothing is not just an outfittbut a piece of history, too.youuhave to descrrbe in this garment what she's feelinn, the importance of the mooent. i felt like betsy rossdesigner afterrshe dressed the first lady at the swearing--n ceremony on inaugurationn dress her foo that evening of the ball, i wanted toodo the inaugurationnwhh?becauss &pthat's the moment the whole woold is a part of..and the &pis why this time...some peepl i aiddno..there's nothing e? someone else have this gift and what they dd with it. straight ahead... experiencing a moment... in hiitorr. history."everybody wanns to post picturee so thaa their family can see they were heree" here."the hhgh tech preparations that aae being made....for the presidennts ((break 3)) xx 3 in this social mmdia connected, high techhworld, there are still moments you might want to share with the worll, but juss can't.cell phone service providers preeict president obama's inauguration mayybe just one of those moments.sandda endo reports ffom washinnton. pashington. it's the picture everyone will want to capturr..resident 3 obama's swearing in for a second term. anddcell phone providers are gearing up for those cooing with cameras nd &psmartphones in hand. "everybody wants to post pictures so that their famiiy can see they were here. peeple people wwnt to cceck how the transit system s doing nd all of thhse capabilities are done thhough app on their &pthe historic 1.8 million people whh watched hissfirst iiauguration buuthundreds of natiin's capital on monday.if e you're one in a throng off people on the nationnl mall ddring the inauguuation, try going. "you're going to experience sloo data speeds do the sameethinn." .... they want to be able to talk, they want to be ableeto send their pictures they want to beeable to ssnd their text messages." agg and they're putting up national mmll to hannle the h prowd. moot peoopl will be coming with more than one device. "since he last inauguration, e havv built additional permanent cell have added capacity to existinn cell sites,,and then we have added temporary locations like we have here." tempprarr towerr at other big events like he superbowl and nascar races.tte extraacell towers allo ensure communication for emergency experrs reeommend not making - phone calls if possibbe, leaving frequencies open or 9111calls. but, if you absoluuely wwnt to share the the best thing. that doesn't all, ii can go very quickly at & and you can actually ppobably get a response." the presidential innugural committee wants people to stay plugged in; it lauuched a new smartphone aap which providess key iiformation regardiig road plosures, inaugural events, &pand even port-a-potty locations. it can ven be used offline, to prevvet crowding dataaconnections. service providerssrecommend taking all the pictures and videos ou wannt but upload them once you get back home. coming up... rightening championship game.the n-f-c - game.why emerggncy cews were called toothe georgia dome... after he 49ers bbat the falcons.
Univision
Jan 21, 2013 11:00pm EST
bienvenidos!!!... el presidente barack obama juramento hoy publicamente al cargo para un segundo mandato en una multitudinaria ceremonia frente al capitolio este mediodia y esta noche participo de la gala presencial... fernado pizarra, nos brinda un resumen de la jornada.. muy buenas noches una larga jornada de la toma de posesion culmino este lunes por la noche con celebraciones en washington. ================== con un baile celebraron el presidente obama y la primera dama en las dos galas oficiales que en washington cerraron la jornada de la toma de posesion. el grupo mexicano mana fue uno de los artistas en presentars e. el dia comenzo temprano en la iglesia de st john's frente a la casa blanca, donde el rev. luis leon recibio a la familia obama. de ahi al capitolio, donde la jueza sonia sotomayor juramento publicamente al vice presidente joe biden (11;46:32) y luego fue el turno de barack obama. (11:50:38) el discurso presidencial se centro en metas de su segundo periodo, como reducir deficits y la desigualdad social y soluciones migratorias. presidente obama nuestro viaje no esta completo hasta que encontremos 1 mejor forma de darle la bienvenida a inmigrantes esforzados, con esperanza, que todavia ven a nuestro pais como tierra de oportunidades, la presencia latina se noto con richard blanco, primer poeta hispano y gay en recitar 1 poesia en la ceremonia y en la bendicion del reverendo leon. asistentes que llegaron de lejos se sintieron emocionado s. natalia olson-urtecho, visitante de philadelphiasi basa gente hablando y platicando en espanol. y el poema se refirio a la comunidad hispana." monica montano, visitante de san diego es algo muy increible la verdad, es 1 evento enorme. hay tanto orgullo." otros dicen haber sentido la misma emocion de hace 4 anos. pedro carrillo, ex-miembro de campana de obama seguro que si, mucho orgullo en este dia, estamos esperando mucho de este presidente pero lo vamos a apoyar. isaac faz, asistente a ceremonia igual de emocion, igual de energia y listo para ir a trabajar y para poder hacer algo bueno para este pais con el presidente.mas tarde, fue lal caminata por la avenida pennsylvania y el desfile ante la casa blanca.. standup: fernando pizarro, washington d.c. las celebraciones quedan atras y de vuelta a las realidad politica, que incluso esta semana podrian volver a poner a democratas y republicanos en conflicto. desde washington, fernando pizarro, univision. esta toma de posesiÓn presidencial, coincide con un dÌa festivo que honra el nacimiento de martin luther king... y hoy hubo una importante participaciÓn de las minorÍas... el sueÑo de igualdad del civilista tambie Én inspira a nuevos soÑadores, que quieren una reforma migratoria cuanto antes... adriana vargas con el informe... ..y tras una larga caminata.. el presidente y la primera dama michelle obama llegaron llegaron a una tribuna de cristal instalada frente a la casa blanca para disfrutar del tradicional desfile inaugural en su honor..silvana quiroz con los detalles. script las tan mencionadas bayonetas en uno de los debates presidenciales, estaban presentes hoy en el desfile inaugural del presidente barack obama. miles de personas compararon sus entradas, para algunos no fue difÍcil "yo compre los boletos en " los boletos oscilaban entre 40 a 60 dÓlares los mÁs baratos; con ellos podÍan acceder a un asiento en diferentes graderÍas; aunque algunas personas presenciaron el desfile desde las terrazas de los diferentes edificios a lo largo de las avenidas pensylvania y constitution las bandas (sonido de banda) las diferentes entidades y grupos, mostraron sus mejores galas. pero lo que la gente querÍa ver era "ay al presidente un presidente que lucia radiante de la mano de su esposa michel, con quien recorriÓ una parte del tramo hacia la casa blanca, resguardado por el servicio secreto. el calor de esperanza se dejo sentir, reflejado en las personas que llegaron hasta la capital. "para mi es importante " "fueron 2800 las aplicaciones que se sometieron para ser parte de este desfile, 58 fueron aceptadas, 5 de ellas eran de grupos hispanos. desde washington dc silvana quiroz univision" calles cerradas y mÚltiples centros de inspecciÓn fueron algunas medidas tomadas para resguardar la vida del presidente y miles de espectadores que visitaron la capital para presenciar la toma de posesiÓn del presidente barak obama .. lilian mass nos amplia... hubo quienes que tuvieron que sacar hasta el ultimo papel e sus bolsillos y quienes nil as interminables colas, ni las bajas temperaturas los hicieron desistir de su objetivo " bueno aunque haga un poquito de frÍo .. estoy aqui con mi amiga alley para poder disfrutar la celebraciÓn .. para estar aquÍ con todo el mundo y creo que va a ser una experiencia para tener para mi vida .. hubo quienes quisieron ser parte de la historia, y quienes querÍan representar a los hispanos en esta toma de posesiÓn " tanbien nosotros tenemos una voz en este paÍs y al venir acÁ le enseÑamos a obama de que aquÍ estamos para ayudarle a el " " momentos histÓricos como que no vamos a estar aquÍ apoyando y mas que nada celebrando que un gran presidente ha sido reelegido y el prÓximo un latino el despliegue de seguridad que tuvo el servicio secreto cubriÓ todas las Áreas que pudo haber puesto en riesgo el bienestar del presidente y los espectadores el centro de control multi- agencial monitoreo cada movimiento de todos aquellos que asistieron a este gran evento se pudo ver seguridad aÉrea y francotiradores en los edificios aledaÑos.. perros adiestrados y polici Ías encubiertos.. un poco mas de 40 agencias federales resguardaron la seguridad de las miles de personas dijeron presente a esta memorable celebraciÓn.. pero fue sin duda alguna las minuciosas inspecciones las que provocaron algunos dolores de cabeza .. pero la mayorÍa de los asistentes coincidieron en un mismo pensar.. " es por nuestro beneficio que estÉn chekando todo nunca sabes que pueden pasar" hasta este momento las autoridades no han reportado ningÚn incidente .. " el gobierno federal otorgo en este 2013 un total 9.8 millones de dÓlares para los costos de este evento, millones de dÓlares que en su gran mayorÍa, fueron utilizados en seguridad en washington dc, lilian mass univision .. ... si no pudo ver o se perdio algun momento de la segunda toma de posesion de barack obama... visite noticias dc punto com y haga click en el enlace juramentacion presidencial para que reviva estos momentos...una pausa y a a misma... tendremos el punto de vista republicano sobre el discurso de asuncion presidencial del presidente barack obama... temperatura que baja drasticamente a partir de maÑana, enterese hasta cuando tendremos estas condiciones atmosfericas, despues de la pausa... ... gracias por continuar en nuestra sintonia... esta noche nos acompana en el estudio maricruz magown, estratega republicana... quien nos brindara el punto de vista de su partido sobre el discurso presidencial.. este dia historico aun no termina asi que veamos como continuaran las condiciones atmosfericas... actualmente tenemos una temperatura de 45 grados con un viento en calma y un cielo parcialmente nublado...esta noc temperatura minima de 22 grados y sigue vigente una leve probabilidad de nieve, es de tan solo 20% por lo cual si se desarrolla solo veriamos unos copitos de nieve en el area metropolitana... veamos como estaran las condiciones el resto de la semana laboral... maÑana hay un aviso de frio con una temperatura maxima de 27 grados.... y rafagas de viento que pueden alcanzar las 31 millas por hora... stan temperaturas no estarian mejorando notablemente pues se espera una maximas de apenas 31 grados durante la semana... para los que estan a la expectativa de ver la nieve... este proximo viernes tenemos un 60% de probabilidad... tras exigir el freno a las deportaciones de mexicanos que residen en estados unidos, varios grupos defensores de inmigrantes expresaron su esperanza de un cambio en las relaciones entre los dos pai Íses. rey rodriguez con los detalles. 00:25 - 00:37 00:38 - 00:45 01:10 - 01:18 01:40 - 01:45 en las afueras de la embajada estadounidense en mÉxico, miembros de organizaciones en defensa de los inmigrantes aprovecharon la ocasiÓn del inicio de un segundo mandato de barack obama para pedirle que frene las deportaciones de naciones que viven y trabajan del otro lado de la frontera. "pedimos al presidente barack obama que utilice su poder ejecutivo para firmar una moratoria que paren las redadas " "estamos apoyando la reforma migratoria, para que le den un alto a las redadas, para que haya permisos de trabajo, licencias y todo" "el tema del migrante se ha convertido en un discurso porque en la práctica no se han beneficiado los migrantes" la mayorÍa de los que llegaron hasta aquÍ tiene algÚn familiar en estados unidos. dicen que ya llegÓ la hora de entrarle al problema migratorio a travÉs de un acuerdo que esperaban que se firmara en los primeros cuatro aÑos de la administrac iÓn de obama. segÚn estas organizaciones civiles, mas de 260 mil mexicanos fueron deportados tan sÓlo en 2012. no obstante este y otros problema de la complicada agenda bilateral, la mayorÍa confÍa en un cambio en la relaciÓn en los siguientes cuatro aÑos. "tenemos esperanza de que cambien las cosas, porque algo muy importante que ocurrió en la administración del presidente barack obama fue lo de acción diferida para los estudiantes" "yo creo que hoy la voluntad política es plena, el problema es que dura muchísimo tiempo el proceso legislativo" "la práctica nos ha demostrado otra cosa no, pero esperemos que obama tenga palabra" una esperanza que llega junto con la promesa del presidente enrique peÑa nieto de encontrar soluciones conjuntas a los desafÍos que enfrentan los dos paÍses, y que la hiciera al felicitar al presidente barack obama por su segundo periodo. el propio gobierno ha dicho que la coincidencia en el inicio de las dos administrac iones en mÉxico y estados unidos abre una ventana de oportunidades no sÓlo para profundizar en temas pendientes, como migraciÓn y seguridad, sino para mejorar la relaciÓn en otras Áreas como comercio, desarrollo y empleo. unos mensajes y al regresar un resumen de lo mas destacado de la informacion oscar burgos tiene el dia libre... pero nos dejo un resumen de la informacion deportiva... nfl: ravens 28 patriots 13 video en: sp-17suiniciamos en el gillitte stadium donde joe flacco superó a tom brady, lanzando tres pases de touchdown en la segunda mitad y guiando a los ravens de baltimore a su primer super bowl en 12 años con su triunfo, 28-13, sobre los new england patriots en el juego por el campeonato de la afc. la victoria da como resultado el primer super bowl dirigido por hermanos, john harbaugh con baltimore y jim con san francisco. los 49ers ganaron el título de la afc en el partido de la tarde al vencer, 28-24, a los atlanta falcons. ellos se enfrentarán en dos semanas en new orleans, que es un gran lugar para celebrar el primer duelo entre entrenadores en jefe hermanos en la historia del super bowl. también será un buen último partido para ray lewis, quien se retirará al término del partido con los 49ers, que son favoritos por cinco puntos. este fue un partido donde los patrios fueron superados en su propia cancha y ademas fue la primera vez que los patriots pierden en un juego por el campeonato de la afc en casa.super ravens 28 patrios 13 cortesia: nfl/cbs sports copa centroamericanapoca productividad de en goles ha dejado hasta el momento el torneo centroamericano de fútbol. pero si ayer costa rica aseguró su boleto a la próxima copa de oro de concacaf que se disputará en julio, al vencer 2 por 0 a su similar de nicaragua, en el jornada 2 de la uncaf. los ticos consiguieron uno de los cinco cupos, gracias a las anotaciones de cristian lagos, goleador del fútbol costarricense y por celso borges, quienes le dieron la victoria a costa rica. los locales llegaron seis puntos en el grupo a, el técnico de los costarricenses, jorge luis pinto, introdujo seis cambios con respecto al juego inaugural ante belice, los cuales le dieron bastante resultado.super costa rica 2 nicaragua 0 copa uncaf 2013 mientras tranto belice y guatemala que abrieron la jornada y del grupo a empataron cero por cero. tras una primera parte que terminó sin mucha acción, el complemento mejoró con algunas opciones que llegaron a inquietar ambos marcos, pero sin buena efectividad a la hora de terminar las acciones. los guatemaltecos lo intentaron con acciones de sergio trujillo y minor lópez, pero en ambas opciones el arquero beliceño woodrow west fue protagonista al negar las anotaciones. al final ambas selecciones dividieron honores y las mantiene con vida en sus aspiraciones de clasificar a la copa oro donde costa rica ya esta clasificado producto a sus dos victorias a falta de una fecha que se jugara mañana. belice se medirá a nicaragua y guatemala jugará ante costa rica.super guatemala 0 belice 0 copa uncaf 2013 y por el grupo b panamá y el salvador no pudieron romper el cero, en un juego parejo y equilibrado. panameños y salvadoreños lo intentaron de todas las maneras y caminos posibles, pero nunca lograron encontrar la llave para abrir el marcador. lo característico en el partido fue ver como el balón pasaba peligrosamente, pero sin entrar, en cada marco, o con las intervenciones de los porteros. durante los 90 minutos el juego se concentró en el medio campo, dejando la impresión de un mayor dominio de los salvadoreños que intentaron con su jugador rafael burgos generar las mejores acciones de peligro, pero sin mucha efectividad. por su lado los canaleros, quienes hacían su debut en el torneo, apostaron por los pases largos e intentar ganar balones con la altura de rolando blackburn y blas pérez, quien ambos conectaron algunos cabezazos, pero sin mucha suerte. los cuscatlecos ahora lideran el grupo b con dos puntos, mientras panama y honduras, quienes se enfrentan vamos a unos mensajes... y al regresar fanny gutierrez nos brindara informacion del entretenimiento... cuando la primera dama michelle obama apareció con el hermoso vestido de chiffon blanco diseñado por jason wu, de la noche a la mañana este joven diseñador de origen chino saltó a la fama... a partir de ese momento ha diseñado para la cadena de tiendas target, una línea de velas y hasta muebles... es por eso que la industria de la moda ha estado a la expectativa por saber quién vestirá a la primera dama en el memorable baile inaugural oficial... se estima que alrededor de 20 diseñadores, la mayoría radicados en new york aplicaron por crear este importante vestido, y de los veinte solo dos fueron pre-seleccionados. .. desde el día de acción de gracias, muestras de vestidos, patrones, ideas y diseños han estado viajando ída y vuelta de new york a washington dc en búsqueda de ese vestido perfecto que se ajuste al gusto de la señora obama... finalmente el diseño escogido fue un elegante vestido rojo rubí, de chiffon con toques de terciopelo, estilo halter que dejó sus hombros al descubierto... ¿quieren saber quién fue el diseñador? michelle obama nuevamente escogió al joven diseñador de origen chino jason wu... los diseñadores saben que el vestido que luzca la primera dama, jamás será una simple prenda de ropa sino una pieza famosa y admirada por el resto de la historia...
Univision
Jan 22, 2013 6:30am EST
presidente y la primera dama michelle obama llegaron llegaron a una tribuna de cristal instalada frente a la casa blanca para disfrutar del tradicional desfile inaugural en su honor..silvana quiroz con los detalles. script las tan mencionadas bayonetas en uno de los debates presidenciales, estaban presentes hoy en el desfile inaugural del presidente barack obama. miles de personas compararon sus entradas, para algunos no fue difÍcil "yo compre los boletos en " los boletos oscilaban entre 40 a 60 dÓlares loremÁs baratos; con ellosan podÍan acceder a un asiento en diferentes graderÍas; aunque algunas personas presenciaron el desfile desde las terrazas de los diferentes edificios a lo largo de las avenidas pensylvania y constitution las bandas (sonido de banda) las diferentes entidades y grupos, mostraron sus mejores galas. pero lo que la gente querÍa ver era "ay al presidente un presidente que lucia radiante de la mano de su esposa michel, con quien recorriÓ una parte del tramo hacia la casa blanca, resguardado por el servicio secreto. el calor de esperanza se dejo sentir, reflejad
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Jan 21, 2013 1:00am EST
>>> welcome back. that's all for us tonight. tomorrow is the big day. we're going to have the parades and then the inauguration ball. we'll be right here live on cnn as president barack obama is inaugurated for the second time. i can't wait. that's all for us tonight. now anderson cooper. >>> good evening. a big night as washington gets ready an even bigger day tomorrow. as many as 800,000 people expected. tomorrow morning president obama will make the journey from the white house to this end of pennsylvania avenue up here to capitol hill. at noon on the capitol's west front he will raise a hand on pair of historic bibles and usher in his second term. he'll address the crowd and the nation and the world. he's be honored with receptions and welcomed into the history books. for the first time in a long time, the first time since ronald reagan's second ina inauguration lit be a formality. law requires it tot be sworn in on the 20th. today, they were. >> please raise your right hand, and repeat after me. i, barack hussein obama, do solemnly swear. >> i, barack hussein obama, do solemnly swear. >> that i will faithfully execute. >> that i will faithfully execute. >> the office of president of the united states. >> the office of president of the united states. >> and will to the best of my ability. >> and will to the best of my ability. >> preserve, protect and defend. >> preserve, protect and defend. >> the constitution of the united states. >> the constitution of the united states. >> so help you god. >> so help me god. >> congratulations, mr. president. >> thank you, mr. chief justice. thank you so much. >> congratulations. >> chief justice john roberts administering the oath. last time he fumbled the words. this time he nailed it. president obama using the family bible today. a lot to talk about tonight. vice president biden took the oath earlier at his residents. it too went off without a hitch. yesterday during a surprise appearance, the vice president sort of did a joe biden. take a look. >> i'm proud to be president of the united states but i'm prouder to be -- >> a few seconds later he corrected himself and a short time ago he spoke. the president's subject was hair. specifically michelle obama's new bangs. >> first of all, i love michelle obama and to address the most significant event of this weekend, i love her bangs. she looks good. she always looks good. >> president obama just earlier tonight. some politics ahead looking to tomorrow and the next four years. republican consultants joining us. friend and advisor of president obama. paul, you wrote an article today. you said the president should say all the right things in his speech tomorrow about coming together and about unity and go out and be ruthless. >> yes. that is the lesson of lincoln. in the first inaugural he talked about appealing to the better angels of our nature and then we went to war. he tried. president obama has tried. i think presidents have to change, try to change the culture in which they are placed. in this case, this division that we have in the country isn't going to be healed. it wasn't healed by president clinton. it wasn't healed by president bush. it has not been healed by president obama be . >> you're saying it doesn't matter what he says tomorrow. he should just be ruthless. >> i think he's got to pursue his agenda with way president lincoln did. yes, with relentless commitment. i think the central political miscalculation of his first term is he thought his mere presence would bank those partisan. >> you're going to be saying yada, yada in his head. >> i think the more elegant way to say this -- >> what my client meant to say. >> i think he needs to say he wants unity but not unity at all costs. there's something more important that be just people getting along in this town. they deserve a better economy. he's got to show the willingness to work with anybody but also the willingness to work against anybody who stops him from doing a good job. >> isn't that what republicans who say that compromise is a dirty word and it's important to standby your principles. >> i love paul. he's going to try to strike deals with republicans for big picture governance and get things done. run on politics, defeat republicans, don't worry about the nation and do what he wants to do mr. the final two years. that's what paul is getting at. >> i am for striking deals. >> you're for striking republicans. >> i'm for cuts deals but i'm not for saying everybody should come together because here i am. >> when you say ruthless, if a republican member said be ruthless, people would be screaming at you. >> i wasn't quoting. maybe it was ruthless. >> what that means is cutting deals instead of just saying let's reason together, give them something and take something. do the -- >> okay. >> grimy, realistic sometimes unpleasant work of running the country. >> this is the magic that the movie lincoln illustrated. it happened in far more pol polarized congress than the congress we have. president obama is not going to have major legacy piece in terms of legislative achievement if he doesn't have republican support. something has got to be struck. >> you don't see republican support. republicans is approval 55%. 43%. if do you look at how it breaks down, the number for republicans just one in ten. >> that's nothing new. that will be the case for any president you have. you still find areas of common ground. for me the big one will have to be medicare, medicaid. the things that are making the nation go bankrupt. >> here is what i think. i think this president has figured out what it takes to get republicans to come with him. i think he's spent too much time trying to be too nice. it's amazing for me to hear conservatives say he never reached out. now i think he says, the tougher that i am, the more likely i'm going to have some republicans come with me. he was tough on the debt ceiling. he was tough on the fiscal showdown. when he got tough, boehner had to let some republicans go his way. i think he want unity. the path is being tough and being clear about what he wants to get done bp. >> if you look at lift, second terms have not worked out how most presidents think they will work out. something happens. president bush, the financial crisis. president clinton, the impeachment. >> this guy is awesome. >> stuff happens. clean it up. it's family show. george w. bush never mentioned terrorism. that was the topic that dominated his term. i re-eisenhower's second inaugur inaugural. the most important thing was to send troops into little rock. i think most of these presidents have no idea what they're about to encounter. >> outside events end up shaping the legacy and how they respond. the president's maximum political power and validation is right now in this moment and in the next year. the question is does he strike while the iron is hot an does he take to the tendency which will be to appeal to the democratic pass and try to ram something through or do something against his nature and try to reach out against republicans and work with marco rubio on immigration. >> the interesting thing about political capital is mandates that what you create as the president. you can create more and grow more if you do well and if the economy comes back. there's a wild card here and it's iran. nobody needs to forget that iran will be major issue president obama will have have to wrestle with. >> i want to thank you. we also have breaking news now. you can almost hear the celebrating in baltimore. the ravens beat the new england patriots for the afc championship and are heading to the super bowl. they set the stage for history making match up. jim played quarterback for a string of nfl teams. it's the first time in history this has happened so brother on brother match up is clear to be a story line in the lead up to the game. we'll have a lot more coming up. more inauguration coverage ahead. let us know what you think. follow me on twitter right now. i'll be tweeting tonight. next, how has president obama changed the country and how has washington changed the president? is this the same man who he was four years ago? 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>> it's about the overall vision. this is not a first lady who bursts into the west wing saying we have to do this and this about this policy. >> i heard she's rarely seen. >> rarely seen. the thing to remember about michelle obama is she never wanted her husband to be a politician and she never wanted him to be a regular politician. they talk about getting past the washington noise. why they came and what they wanted to accomplish. early there was some tension because she one idea over what kind of president her husband should be and some advisors had another. that's soften now. we still see this defining aspect. it's almost like she's the guardian of the ultimate obama mission. this is what you're here to do. this is the standards i expect everybody to live up to. >> there's some controversy over whether that's true or not. her adjustment was difficult. everybody who becomes first lady says the first year is a real shock. this was somebody who was a hospital executive in chicago and was catapulted into the national spotlight. when i found reporting my book is the great surprise is that michelle obama was like the kid who didn't want to take the class and then got the a plus. some obama aides even said to me that she ended up adjusting to this life better than her husband did. she figured out the job of first lady and even learned to exploit some of its limitations and made it work for her. >> i wanted to ask you because i found it an interesting piece, you wrote something very striking and that is they wills others who may be seeking this job that it's really hard to get change in washington. you said he had a contracted sense of possibility. that is to think smaller about what he might do. you outline the agenda hesitate setting forward tomorrow which is huge. he's been having these think big sessions in the white house. >> i think that's the suspenseful question about this second term. we have so much trouble just with these budget fights and coming to common agreement, how are we going to do something on guns if that's the president's agenda. might there be a possibility of climate change, legislation. these are huge difficult questions that this president faces. >> how does he reconcile? >> david, you've worked in the white house, do you think the obamas experience is that much different than other presidents? >> i think it's very similar to what presidents have recently experienced. bill clinton came thinking he could change it. the last person who really began to sense there were greater possibilities was reagan. that was almost a different political age. >> you also think about how the clintons and how bill clinton. he seemed to revel in politics. they haven't had bill and hillary over for dinner. they've never had a dinner. >> i think this is something outsiders find difficult. they can be charming. they have great public personalities. what people in washington see but i think people all over the country don't see it if there's an introversion there. there's a self-protectedness. the obamas said both when the president became famous in 2004 and when they came to washington, no new friends which is the opposite of what we expect from politicians. politicians generally succeed by making everybody they friend. >> some people like to be president because they really enjoy the office. other people relish power and exercising power. >> is it true that president obama after meeting with some people he likes down time by himself? >> absolutely. if we're looking at whep this presidency happens, in some sense it takes place at 10, 11, 12:00 at night on the second floor study in the private resident when the president sits for hours and hours and he turns over the problems in his own mind. he writes about them and that's when he makes decision. >> does he enjoy being president? >> people have asked me that question again and again. there are things that he certainly enjoy. we can see him taking a greater relish in them. when he did the appearance on new year's i've right before the fiscal deadline. he hates budget fights. he was away from the family during their holiday vacation and yet the guy had a huge smile on his face. that is something new we're seeing from barack obama. somebody used a great word to describe him. they said bloody minded. >> you used that. >> somebody used it and i repeated it. >> thank you. fascinating article. tomorrow this time more inaugural balls will be under way. there's a lot happening. president clinton set a record attending 14 balls. you know who started tradition? 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[ male announcer ] end your long week... with a weekend getaway. save up to forty percent on all weekend hotel stays. book by january thirty first at hiltonanyweekend.com. >>> this weekend as we look ahead to the next four years, we should absolutely take some time to truly enjoy this next few days. the last one was kind of fast. we've all agreed that we're going to take some time to just breathe in and enjoy it. >> that was first lady michelle obama about two hours ago tonight. today was the 51st inauguration of a u.s. president. what we've been watching today and tomorrow is a ritual me americans grew up. they are bound by tradition. let's take a look at where the traditions came from. in 2008, more than a million people flooded the streets of washington, d.c. to celebrate an event that in many ways remain unchanged since george washington was inaugurated. >> here he is taking on a new post. he eventually got into new york city to get sworn in and they realized they didn't have a bible for the swearing in and had to go conjure one up from a lodge. >> place your left hand on the bible. >> since the first inauguration the bible has been used to swear in every president. roosevelt did not use one. some presidents open the bible to specific passages like bill clinton. some presidents use two bibles like president barack obama will rest his hand on abraham lincoln's bible and martin luther king jr.'s bible. the inaugural parade is another tradition that dates back to george washington but his parade was small not the spectacle that we see today. >> it really imnated from 1904 from when roosevelt had fur trappers and out doors people. each year the parade gets better and better. >> in 1837 martin van bure fln the first to use hail to the chief. it was moved to january 20th in 1937 just in time for franklin d. roosevelt second term. ♪ at last >> the tradition started with james madison in 1909. dwight eisenhower started holding multiple parties. john f. kennedy attended five. bill clinton second inauguration holds the all time high for 14 events. harry truman was the first to have his televised. an estimated ten million americans watched. at the time it was the most watched event in history. presidents were able to broadcast their speeches to the entire nation. >> the only thing we have to fear is fear itself. >> the very thought that man in a wheelchair is trying to put optimism into our national lungs. still continues to move. john f kennedy's famous address lives forever because ted sorenson wrote it so well. >> and so my fellow americans ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country. >> some speeches more memorable than others but one speech, the oath of office. only 35 words long. it begins i do solemnly swear. >> that i will faithfully execute the office of the united states. >> and will to the best of my ability preserve, protect and defend. >> the constitution of the united states. >> so help me god. >> so help me god. >> congratulations mr. president. all the best wishes. >> we'll see all of that tomorrow. doug knows more about the 56 inaugurations that came. you focus a will the on presidential history but on inaugurations in general. why are they so important to you? >> the first one with thomas jefferson here in washington, d.c., we thought the two political parties were going to destroy america. here jefferson at his inauguration reminded people that i'm not a republican or a federalist today, we're americans. we had a brutal 2012 election cycle. it's an opportunity to kind of reflect on american history and create a sense of unity. the most raccus was andrew jackson. when he got to the white house they were serving cider and people trashed the place. he slipped out the back of the executive mansion as it was called then and fled to alexandria and went to a tavern. he's tapped to be president. he took a barge to new york city and is sworn in. it's wrought with tradition. this is a time for the people to be glad that democracy works. the whole world is watching now. >> the longest inaugural was william henry harrison. >> he gave this long winded speech and got will. it was freezing weather. he died only a month later from his own inaugural. you don't want to be ranked below william henry harrison. >> what are you looking for tomorrow? >> most important is to have some kind of healing message. this is not a state of the union address. this is the president carefully reading lincoln's second inaugural, the poetry and language of it. i do think that barack obama, since the first one was historic for him, he may need to make this a historic speech. i was raise gun control. i would invoke women. the women brought him into power. it would be nice to see a woman quoted. >> eva longoria was the co-chair of the president's election campaign. she's now the co-chair of the inaugural committee. my conversation with eva about being a voice for the latino community. >> i did all of this as an american. i did all of this as a citizen of this great, great country. because i'm an actress doesn't mean i'm not literate on the subjects that i talk about. 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>> i probably cry again. i'm very emotional that way. it's an honor to be involved in any way in this whole process. >> wall street journal this weekend front page story. it also says you are becoming a power player in washington. is that a conscious effort? what do you want to -- >> is that conscious? i don't know what that means and you have to be really careful with labels when people place, anoint you in way. it's great but at the same time you've got to still do the work. >> you're co-chairing the inauguration. you have events at the white house, at vice president biden's house. you have an event with republicans and democrats, kind of a bipartisan luncheon. what do you hope to -- do you see yourself running for politics one day? >> no. i love serving in the capacity that i'm serving now. i always say the power is with the citizen. i grew up with a family of volunteers and volunteerism wads really big in my family early on. i'm going to continue to serve my country in the way that i can. i have a tremendous amount of respect for politicians and what they do, what you do, journalists. >> don't try to pbutter me up. >> this is your day job. this is not my day job. i don't want anyone to consider i'm on par equal to what they do daily. >> you don't see yourself running? >> not any time soon. >> to you what does this inauguration mean? >> for me this election was about moving the country forward. that was a slogan of obama's campaign but it really was. it was two very clear choices regarding a lot of issues. whether you were a woman, gay, latino. this election represents that. we're going to move forward as a country. >> the world of washington politics, is it very different? >> completely different. >> how so? >> i always say this is a greater soap oprera? >> washington? >> yeah. it's hard to navigate. doing something political, i feel like it's relevant. i'm not saying my day job is not. there's place for entertainment and creating emotion and a release and outlet for people to step way from the real world is also honorable. it's a very interesting world over here. hollywood is chew you up and spit you out but it's a little easier to navigate. >> hollywood? >> yes. >> do you find, some people roll their eyes when they hear about an actress or actor becoming involved in politics. do you find that a hurdle? >> constantly. people say you're an actress. if you're a dentist are you only going to do teeth. i did all of this as an american. i did all of this as a citizen of this great, great country. because i'm an actress doesn't mean i'm not literate on the subjects i talk about. >> do you feel like you understand this town or do you still feel like you're in the process? >> i'm still in the process. i'm still a student of it. >> but you like it? >> i love it. i think it's fascinating. i think y'all are fascinating. >> this is a town of party affiliation. there's so much gridlock. when you see it up close, what's it like coming into this? how do you see this gridlock? do you think is there -- is it possible the find common ground? >> that's really good point. i'm extremely hopeful action will be taken. i'm hopeful policies will get through and the gridlocking would stop. doi. i'm romantic about politics. are you? you're not. >> i try to operate in a world of facts. >> you're a realist. i'm an idealist. i like to imagine a world where, yes, we can get it done. >> she will be on the platform with president obama watching tomorrow as we all will. coming up, presidential life in pictures. it will be fascinating. two former white house photographer. they'll talk about how they captured them. also the first lady of fashion got rave reviews last time around. we'll take a look at how first lady's fashion has evolved oaf the years and what it means to designers in the country. ♪ [ male announcer ] some day, your life will flash before your eyes. make it worth watching. introducing the 2013 lexus ls. an entirely new pursuit. 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and i thought this is my chance. i'm going to make it this time. i can try it but i was really kind of a little afraid. >> were you nervous he would direct the anger toward you? >> oh, no, no. if i wasn't working with range finder. i really didn't frame the picture. i cut off clinton's hand. i put it back down an i was like i got away with it. i only did it once. >> i want to show you picture of president ford in his pajamas. it's how comfortable presidents become with the official photographers. how do you blend in and get a photo like this? >> president ford was a man without vanity. that's not a picture of they're going to bring the pool in to photograph. it was with don rumsfeld on the right. early morning meeting in japan. this is the photo that kept him off the best dressed list. he was comfortable. he never told me that he didn't want a certain picture published or anything. he was great to work for for a photographer like with bob. they forget we were in the room. >> you have a up close picture of the obamas back in 2008. a very private moment between the two. can you take us inside this moment? >> this picture was four years ago tonight. the obamas were going to like number eight of ten balls. she was chilly. it's like a photograph taken after a high school prom where the gallant guy gives his date the coat. i think this goes to their relationship. it's a very warm relationship. you don't goat set to see that much. >> bob, you took a number of photos during traumatic times in the clinton white house. >> it's one of the things that david and i and people who work in the white house do. we're there for years. most photographic assignments can be hours or minutes. they used to be a week. i took this first picture in 1993. i can remember when i saw the picture in 1998 after the state of the union and remembering the connection to this other picture. it said a lot to me about sort of how people react. the human nature of people. the connection is mrs. clinton. mrs. clinton in the center of the travel office. it was a very traumatic time. we had just come to washington. it had gotten away from them like things do. the one on the right from '98 that's self-inflicted. >> david you took photos of george w. bush. >> the first one was backstage election night austin, texas. al gore had already conceded the election but five minutes after the photo was taken he call back and took it back which led us to that whole hanging scenario. the final picture and the one that was taken four years ago is george w. bush last day as president basicing out of white house. to the right is president-elect obama. what struck me about that moment is bush never looked back. it's like he threw the keys to the place over to obama and that was it. it's a very powerful moment. it also goes to the transition of power in the united states. we have one party going to next. it's peaceful. we've been in place where is transition has been difficult. >> that's for sure. thank you so much for taking to time to talk about some of these images. thank you so much. in the last four years michelle obama has had her picture taken countless of times. it comes with the pressure that every modern first lady has faced. the style watchers are always looking. we heard headlines around the world when she had bangs. the fashion police not too far away. there's a lot of fashion designers who are on the edge of her seat because they don't know if she will wear their style. >> reporter: she's often called the first lady of fashion whether it's target, talbot or high end designers. >> a dress with black and gold bangles. she looked kind of hot but still very appropriate in her role. when ever you ever said that a first lady looks hot. >> reporter: mrs. obama wasn't always a darling of the fashion world. she knocked our socks off wu the ivory one shoulder ball gown but in the early days of her husband's first term she was often more buttoned up, suits and separates soon gave way to sheets an those pearls. >> michelle really loves alexis jewelry. she still wears pearls. it's not just the twin set. she mixes things together an wears where vicinitiage belts. there are elements that are jackie o. but she has her own twist on everything. alexis believes mrs. obama started out wearing what she thought she should as first lady and then started taking more fashion risks as she settled into her role, bold color, patterns, pointed toe flats and even neon nail polish. her gray nail polish was a big talker. >> she wear clothes with a metallic sheen. it just reflects the light an catches her skin in a beautiful way. that's another thing that's really smart. >> reporter: mrs. obama signature style has evolved into what she likes to call lady like with a twist. the look most often includes skirts and dresses that are circular, lots of floral, texture and jewel sleeveless to show off her toned arms. many women say it's her every day style that has such appeal. >> people definitely love her style because it's relatable. they will see her wearing a j crew cardigan that they can do themselves. they can look just like the first lady. >> reporter: since she never fell into a first lady uniform or settled down with just one designer, style watchers are always wondering what she'll wear next. >> a look at the styles of michelle obama. we'll have more and talk to some folks in the crowd. we'll be right back. introducing a revolutionary new mascara. clump crusher...crusher. 200% more volume. zero clumps. new clump crusher from easy, breezy, beautiful covergirl. ...so as you can see, geico's customer satisfaction is at 97%. mmmm tasty. and cut! very good. people are always asking me how we make these geico adverts. so we're taking you behind the scenes. this coffee cup, for example, is computer animated. it's not real. geico's customer satisfaction is quite real though. this computer-animated coffee tastes dreadful. geico. 15 minutes could save you 15 % or more 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president's subject was hair. specifically michelle obama's new bangs. >> first of all, i love michelle obama and to address the most significant event of this weekend, i love her bangs. she looks good. she always looks good. >> president obama just earlier tonight. some politics ahead looking to tomorrow and the next four years. republican consultants joining us. friend and advisor of president obama. paul, you wrote an article today. you said the president should say all the right things in his speech tomorrow about coming together and about unity and go out and be ruthless. >> yes. that is the lesson of lincoln. in the first inaugural he talked about appealing to the better angels of our nature and then we went to war. he tried. president obama has tried. i think presidents have to change, try to change the culture in which they are placed. in this case, this division that we have in the country isn't going to be healed. it wasn't healed by president clinton. it wasn't healed by president bush. it has not been healed by president obama be . >> you're saying it doesn't matter
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michelle obama. to address the most significant event of this weekend, i love her bangs. >> reporter: hours earlier, at the white house, the second term began, as he took the oath of office, in a private ceremony. the influx of spectators who descended upon washington, to watch obama be sworn in a second time. >> the theme of this year's inauguration, is our people, our future. >> reporter: while the president plans to look to the future, he'll also pay tribute to the past. he'll be sworn in on two bibles. one used by abraham lincoln. and one, fittingly on this day, used by martin luther king. the day will have its share of star power. katy perry kicked things off at a concert earlier this weekend. ♪ at last and beyonce, whose rendition of edda james' "at last" will this time perform the national anthem at the ceremony. george, the floodgates seem to have opened. we're expecting near 1 million people here for the swearing in and the parade to follow. we'll be here all day long. george? >> thanks, josh. >>> today is a day for poetry and pageantry and parades. abc's jon karl is live
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, specifically michelle obama's new bangs. >> first of all, i love michelle obama. and to address the most significant event of this weekend, i love her bangs. she looks good. she always looks good. >> president obama just earlier tonight. raw politics looking ahead to tomorrow and, of course, looking ahead at the next four years, we have a team of professionals here, who have seen a lot of presidential history being made. republican consultant margaret hoover joining us, ari fleischer, former president clinton adviser and mastermind, paul begala and president of rebuild the dream is here as well. paul, you wrote an article in "the daily beast" i think it was today, you basically said, the president should say all the right things in his speech tomorrow about coming together and unity, and then he should go out and be ruthless? >> yes, yes. he famously hosted steven spielberg and daniel day-lewis and the stars behind the movie "lincoln." that is the lesson of lincoln, in his first inaugural he talked about appealing to better angels of our nature, then we went to war. he tried. president o
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this high school and for this marching band and it's a nice touch, kate, to see the president's home state so well represented here. >> one of the -- as they're playing, i'm not sure which one it is, but one of the medleys will include the fight song. we are listening to this, you saw him give the little hello to the band. >> this is the president's alma mater. >> the marching band of course also honoring -- >> by the way, after the punahou high school marching band, we will see the hawaii home state float. >> and what did i tell you, where we going to see a volcano. there is a volcano. >> you see it already? >> it's behind us. >> there it is, the aloha state. >> on the side of that float is a quote from the late senator i inaway who recently passed away. i was observing that yesterday when i looked at these floats on the other side of the capital. it is there on the float. i would like to convey to the mainland some small sense of our spirit of aloha. >> this is the isiserettes drum corps from des moines, iowa. they trained at sidwell friends, that's where sasha and malia -- they were allowed to stay there. they came in from des moines. let's just listen in a little bit. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> following the isiserettes, the regiment. ♪ >> this is from ohio, the miami university marching band, from oxford, ohio. before that is the platoon, 3rd u. infantry regiment. this is the miami university marching band. has been an integral part of the spirit and pride of miami university and surrounding oxford, ohio and butler county. >> miami, ohio, will tell you, is close to my heart because my sister actually attended miami, ohio. a beautiful campus. one of the most beautiful i've ever been to. and their marching band is huge. i'm watching it head our way right now. >> 260 members. love the percussion. the band has performed in macy's thanksgiving day parades, carnegie hall. let's let them perform. ♪ >> they have won numerous honors and performing in the macy's day parade. numerous honors. ♪ >> the miami university marching band. from oxford, ohio. ♪ now advancing, the illinois state float celebrates the home state of president obama and the birthplace of first lady michelle obama. the land of lincoln float features american flags, the state flag, and a panorama of the capitol. the state seal adorns the front of the float. the float is approximately 20 feet long, 8 feet wide -- >> the south shore drill team from chicago. the president's hometown. the first lady's hometown. they've come here. two major gifts allowed them to come here. from walgreens. they raised the money. they are here. attending this inauguration. you can see the president, he's pretty excited to see what's going on. >> special because they were unable to attend the first inauguration because of lack of funds. so this is very special for them this time. >> they're going right in front of the reviewing stand right now. you see the president and the first lady. the vice president. >> there's a huge set of speakers heading our way. we'll see that right behind them. >> they're moving. >> here we go, here we go. >> the president's moving too. >> how can you not? >> that's right. ♪ >> the south shore drill team from chicago, illinois. ♪ ♪ >> the gullahgeecheee is representing the culture of the islands the float displays cultural artifacts. they include symbols of rice, a cash crop that was produced by enslaved africans, music that is symbolic of the culture's religious tradition, and sweet grass baskets that are produced throughout the region. performing at the president's review stand, gullah geechee. ♪ >> the kamehameha schools warrior marching band is from honolulu, hawaii. the band's performance will include music typical of lou, featuring hula dancers with conch shells. ♪ >> hawaii, well represented here at this parade on inauguration day. another marching band coming in from honolulu right now. the president obviously very, very excited. this marching band color guard coming in. christi paul, where are you? >> i'm right at madison and pennsylvania avenue. i'm right before the bands get to you, wolf. now that the sun has gone down, i think there's no debating how cold it's getting. as much as these high schokooch students and bands have prepared, they have had -- so many these bands have had to fight to raise money to get here. and they couldn't do it without the support of their communities. i have to think that as excited as they are, i was watching some of the girls go by, some of the majorettes, as you listen to the band, and they had their game face on. they were waving. they were smiling. they were dancing. but they were shivering, wolf. they are cold. but of course maybe part of it could be nerves because they're getting right up there by where you are and where the president's going to be watching them here any moment. but i'll tell you what, it's nice to see how much of the crowd has stuck around to see all of these bands and these dance troupes perform. because you know that some of these bands are from rural areas that don't always have a lot of money to support something like this. we know that there were so many entries. double, i think i heard, from what was submitted in the last inauguration. folks that wanted to be part of the parade. so it is a fight to get here obviously. and the crowds are staying here and they're cheering them on and they're watching them and waiting for them. and i know that we've been talking about the animals. all i've seen so far are horses. we know there are 200 animals in this parade, wolf. did i miss something? did you see another kind of animal? >> i think i've only seen horses so far. maybe there are some other animals. >> hoping for a mule. >> yeah, maybe a mule. hold on for a second. it's the memorial high school band from jackson, new jersey. we'll take a break. as we go to break and continue our special "situation room." let's listen in for a second. ♪ [ male announcer ] this year, make safety your top priority and save hundreds with our best offer yet, now extended due to popular demand. get an adt security system starting at just $49 installed, but only for a limited time. that's an instant savings of $250. don't leave your family's safety to chance. call or visit adt.com/tv. both: i had a break-in. man: by the time i called the police, there wasn't much they could do. i felt so helpless. adt quickly called the police. i felt like it was over right away. feels like it's still not over. we lost our digital photos, financial records, things that insurance simply can't replace. 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[ male announcer ] adt. always there. >>> all right. the united states marine corps band is now going by the reviewing stand. the president is there with the co comb don't of the u.s. marine corps. now it's the marines. it's the marines turn. so you know what, let's pay homage. let's respect the united states marines. ♪ ♪ that is a beautiful shot. the u.s. marine corps being honored. now the chinese-american community center folk dance troupe from delaware, the home state of the vice president of the united states. we're getting a little different cultural -- this is a little cultural dancing. but who knew they were from delaware, these dancers have performed, by the way, not only here, but the kennedy center, the smithsonian, the wilmington brand opera house, play house theater, national theater. this is an excellent, excellent folk dance troupe. >> as you look close, you can see these people are working really hard as they're approaching. this is the tail end of their parade as they get to the reviewing stand so they're really working hard. >> they haven't had a lot of time to practice. the election ended, then the presidential inaugural commission stepped in. and we don't know who was going to win on election night. so they had very little time, just over two months, to get this ready. >> one of wolf's favorite thing, another float. this is the delaware state float. >> the home state of the vice president. >> it's a replica of the state capitol bell tower. >> wilmington. capitol is dover, delaware, right? >> correct. >> yes, i knew that. there they are. >> you know these floats, they were making these floats around the clock over the course of 19 days to get them ready. >> all custom made. >> from delaware, university of maryland marching band, college park, maryld, the terps of maryland, playing for the president. ♪ john king is watching this as well. every one of these bands, these floats, they all have a significance for this president and the vice president. >> you've mentioned the home states, the birth states. now we're moving on to the neighborhood, as you might say, washington, d.c. i think part of what you're seeing, a band from ohio as well, is maybe a march to the electoral college map that president obama and vice president biden put together in the november election. i'm with gloria borger and david gergen. jessica yellin. from our vantage point, i can see a half dozen marching bands still lined up and there are still a few around the corner. fasten your seat belts, warm the coffee, and consider the moment. david, i want to start with you it you've worked, served in four white houses, democrats and republicans. four of our last five presidents have enjoyed this moment, a second term. you saw the president up on the capitol steps. saying, wait a second, this is the last time i'm going to see this. he seems to be in a mood not necessarily known as a deeply introspective guy, but seems to be in the mood to soak this in. >> he sure does. and with good reason. this is a day that the president, the vice president, their families, are obviously very happy, but they should be very proud. and it's been, it's a happy city tonight, i must say. i think that's the mood here. they originally were expecting maybe 600,000, 800,000. smaller than last time. one official from the inaugural committee now says he thinks the number was around 1 million. we'll wait and see for a more official prediction. as dusk falls here, you have the sense the president's had a good day it he delivered his speech. it's been very well received. he's got a lot of people who are out there on streets. they've been out there for a long time. it's tough to get around the city today. you know the security's been so tight all day. and yet they've been there and they're excited, they're enthusiastic. think it's a very good start to his second term. i think he should feel good about the day. >> if you've had this long day, you see the president in the booth. i was here this morning when the sun came up. we are watching the sun set now. it is a stunning day. it is much warmer than four years ago. it is just a spectacular day. you heard the president say that. someone asked him. what do you think of the weather? look at this picture right there. i worked in that building for 8 1/2 years, you worked there. on nights like this when you're around that building, it is majestic. >> it is glorious. doesn't matter how many days you enter there and doesn't matter how many hard grinds you have, you get these moments where you just have a breath-taking moment. you think it's the white house. and this is a beautiful night and what a moment. and i think this is the inauguration the president never had. i've talked to some of his staff members who say they were talking to him before today about the fact that four years ago, they were all so consumed. he was talking about this. help was so consumed with the crises that were confronting him and the overwhelming realization he was about to become commander in chief, he didn't get to appreciate the moment that was really taking off. and now he's enjoying it. he's relaxing. he's chewing his nicorett, whatever it is. it's sort of like he's kicking back and just relaxing. >> he's putting his own stamp. especially that address today. we have heard the obama -- the real obama. what he came to washington to do. a sort of escape now from the difficulties he inherited. the economy in a mess, the wars. now he's out there on his own. we'll have to see how it goes. >> i think it was a very aggressive obama speech. >> he's making a bet that america's turning a corner. if we could show, if i could ask our great folks in the control room, to show the wide shot again. the white house. you see across the river. as the sun sets there. i remember standing in that park on 9/11 and watching the smoke. you see the top right of your screen. i remember we were evacuated from the white house on 9/11 and watching the smoke come up from the pentagon in what would be the top right of your screen there. the president in his speech today talked about the war is over. a decade of war is ending. >> yes. >> he is making a bet that america cannot retreat from the world but, heck, can have a different engagement with the world. that both changes foreign policy but it also potentially frees up resources in domestic policy. >> he can use that as a springboard to say now that we have the opportunity, we must seize the moment. he's got this whole -- his wife now is getting very involved in the politics of this. she's going to be very involved in this. wow, look at that picture. whoa. >> i think we should acknowledge this is the anniversary of martin luther king day. he took that moment to pause before the statue in -- >> he wrapped himself in it the cloak of martin luther king today. >> something he hasn't always done in office -- >> very, very purposeful -- >> yes, i think that was sort of -- and you can see the concecon -- that martin luther king was so courageous, that i'm going to really state what i believe, here and now. >> i think it was martin luther king revisited. >> well, i'm not so sure i'd go that far. >> i know they don't. the white house, they don't. >> but i do believe that he -- the moment called for sort of laying out what you stand for. paying homage to martin luther king in that way. >> that's just what the conservatives said he would do, be the real progressive. >> look, he's liberated. he didn't have to face the american people again. at least at the moment, unafraid to do climate change. which would have been risky in the first term. unafraid to do gun control. talks now of doing other things that, again, might have been more harmful to do. the interesting question though, jess, is does he stick with them, does he fight through them. and can he find help. >> i just don't know what he's going to prioritize in this next year. and i think he has about a year, 18 months, to find that next legacy move. we know that he will sort of try to drive home health care reform and make that codified, make that -- >> go ahead. >> what's the danger he's going to get caught up in? >> if it's a crisis overseas, if there's a crisis, you know, if it's iran, if it's the middle east. it's always something we don't know. we couldn't have predicted katrina for bush. we never know what it is. so it's the second term trap. >> two years -- >> president, no doubt, mindful of that. at the moment, he's trying to enjoy what is a fabulously color parade. where are we in the procession right now? >> these are representatives of the alaska eskimo culture that we're seeing right now go before the president of the united states. they are enjoying what's going on, as are we. our special coverage of this historic day right here in "the situation room" continues right after this. what are you doing? nothing. are you stealing our daughter's school supplies and taking them to work? no, i was just looking for my stapler and my... this thing. i save money by using fedex ground and buy my own supplies. that's a great idea. i'm going to go... we got clients in today. [ male announcer ] save on ground shipping at fedex office. and less saturated fat? it's eb. eggland's best. better eggs. it's eb. >>> the dobyns high school band, the largest high school band in the state of tennessee, one of the oldest prestigious band in the southeastern united states, performing now for the president of the united states and for us. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> this is the 54th massachusetts volunteer infantry regiment company b from silver spring, maryland. let's bring in our own celebrity stylist, our own alina cho, who's joining us now. you got a special guest with you, tell our viewers who you got there, carson kressley, he's a well-known tv personality. i want to know about the fashion, the style, what is going on? >> well, i know you're your own fashionis fashionista, wolf. we want to talk about what michelle obama was wearing today. of course, a lot of talk about that. the best-kept secret in fashion really. when she emerged this morning, there you see her, in the coat and dress, made by american designer thom browne. i actually spoke to him today. he said, you know, in moments like this you really are at a loss for words. but what a beautiful sight. she's wearing a j crew belt, j crew gloves. she wore j crew shoes. a reed krakoff cardigan. >> she's shopping her closet. >> a remarkable statement to make for this important moment. >> i think it's what's great about this, you see michelle obama's style evolving over the years. in the thom browne, very tailored, traditional. a little bit a quiet look. what i love is maybe not every american woman has access to a beautiful custom made thom browne piece but they have access to the accessories. the j crew gloves. the j crew belt. a lot of woman look to her for fashion inspiration. she's very democratic about her style and people can access that. >> i think what's interesting about what happened with michelle obama today that's getting sort of a lot of chatter online is that she changed her shoes. she started out wearing j crew shoes. she changed into these custom made blue suede boots by reed krakoff. >> even though she's very influential, on a lot of tv screens, she's just like somebody else, in that she might have won the j crew pumps to the actual event, which is indoors, but it is cold out there, i'm putting some boots on, okay, and that's how we dress today. what's so great about her as first lady is she dresses like so many other moms just like her. >> she most certainly does. one thing, i just got off the phone with reed krakoff, i can tell you those boots took three weeks to make, they made them with a foot mold of michelle obama's foot. this is something, what an incredible nod to this american designer who also happens to be the president of the iconic american brand coach. but let's talk about this moment for thom browne for a moment. for him, this is a man who is known for sort of redefining men's wear, the sort of shrunken suits, those ankle length pants. not as well known for his women's wear. what do you think this will do to him? >> i think just like jason woo who was relatively unknown during the first inauguration, that really put him on the map. i think what michelle obama's so great at is really embracing homegrown talent and really working with emerging desirgner. not that thom browne is emerging because in the fashion business we've known about him for a long time. from allentown, pennsylvania, just like me. i believe doing women's fashion for two years. >> he told me today he hopes that after this moment more people around the world will look at him and his women's fashion with a different eye, and i do believe that will happen. she looks extraordinary. i spoke with a writer, the fashion columnist with the "wall street journal" today and she told me just looking at the back of her coat, you see just how well made it is, how well constructed it is. and, you know, thom told me something interesting. he said his tailor is always telling him, there's no such thing as perfect, but he said, you know, this is as close as i'm going to get. >> almost perfect. it's a great statement too that fashion's an important industry here in the united states. and that really focusing on american designers and american craftsmanship and american design is a great statement because it is a big business here. >> it most certainly is. let's talk about the big moment tonight. you're talking about one-half of the fashion equation. one-half of it has been solved with today's moment but what about the inaugural balls tonight? the what do you want to see her wear? >> i'm all about the ball or two. but i wish that she could kind of come out and do a really dazzling kind of hollywood going to the oscars kind of look. i don't think she will because i think she's very sensitive to, you know, maybe not overdoing it. the economy is still not doing great. a lot of people are still facing a lot of hard times. so i think everything's toned down a little. i think you're going to see it's a glamorous celebration. it's a big night for her, for her family. i know we're probably going to see an emerging designer. that's really been her track record. there's not really one designer that she said, this is my guy. kind of lik even hillary clinton loved oscar de la renta and stuck with a certain designer. michelle kind of goes and sees various designers. lots of emerging talent. and chooses what she really responds to. >> when you think about style and you think about fashion, that will be her legacy. really supporting, propping up emerging american designers. people who really need that boost. wolf, back to you. >> alina, a quick question, how much of an impact has she really had on fashion, not just here in washington, but across the country? >> well, what's extraordinary, i can just tell you one quick anecdote about that, wolf, i spoke to reed krakoff who designed the outfit she wore yesterday to the swearing-in ceremony and just got off the phone with him again today. he told me what's extraordinary about michelle obama, more than any other celebrity, if you will, on the planet, is that he is really hearing from people around the world. i mean, that message is seen around the world. worldwide, people are watching it here on cnn. by one estimate, her one appearance in a designer's clothes is worth $14 million. all of her public appearances for the year, worth $3 billion to the fashion industry. pretty remarkable stuff. when you look at a moment like this, an important day in history, wolf, you can bet it's far higher that price tag. >> alina, thank you so much. carson, we got to leave it right there, carson kressley, alina cho, guys, thanks so very much. that's the dr. martin luther king float going right past the reviewing stand right now. the float's design featuring an image of dr. king and a representation of his quote, out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope. martin luther king jr. float on this martin luther king day. appropriate, appropriate float. as we watch what's going on. there's the president. he's with some of the tuskegee airmen being honored right now. our own fredricka whitfield, by the way, her dad, a tuskegee airman. one of the heroes of world war ii. who went in, fought for all of us against the nazis in europe. did brilliantly, even though they got inferior equipment. they really managed to become heroes. they're being well recognized, as they should be. >> a very special moment, president obama spending time with them. i do notice, it does appear as if the first lady, as well as malia and sasha have gone back into the residence. they seem to have left the reviewing stand. so the president is there. you also see the vice president biden and his family all still there as well. >> looks like they've definitely gone back into the white house. maybe they'll come back out. maybe they're getting ready for all the balls. >> you do need -- i mean, ladies need a little bit more time to get ready. >> as you heard alina, carson kressley, everybody's wondering, i know you are, what dress she'll be wearing tonight, who the designer is. >> i'm very curious. wolf, i also think it is something to just pause and look at this moment that we're watching right now. president obama greeting the tuskogee airmen there. there's a float honoring their achievements as well. there's a strong civil rights theme running through this parade. >> as there should be. >> as there should be. it is worth taking one last look at that on this inauguration day. >> it's a lot of history right there. a ton of history as we're watching what's going on. we'll take another quick break, resume our special coverage right here in "the situation room." 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some of the folks left, but there are a lot of people who just are sticking around. for this, obviously the highlight was seeing president obama. but this is quite a show they're putting on. and people sense that. there is a sense of history. we've talked to a number of people. we've talked to the people along the parade route and asked them why they want to come out. some of those people were here four years ago and decided to come back, four years later. it's obviously a little warmer than it was four years ago. but that's a very nice thing. you see the sun has now set on the capitol. people are still out here and the excitement is continuing on as we go on. even though it's getting dark. you see there, wolf, and kate, it's getting dark, but still people are being thatting out because there's a sense this is a moment in time, a moment in history. that's something we kept on hearing again and again. i should make a mention, as we see president obama there, and we saw earlier his two daughters with their iphones taking pictures. and that's something we've seen a lot. where people are using technology. i was out on the parade route four years ago. comparing four years ago to now, you see people even with their ipads out. they're recorded the entire thing. so there are a lot of people who are going to have a piece of history recorded for themselves with their i-phones, with their ipads, tweeting out these pictures. that's one of the big differences that we saw four years back, wolf. >> the civil rights float, you saw that, this is the lesbian and gay band association, national music organization comprised of concert and marching bands from cities across america. that makes up a network of lesbian and gay bands. their participation in the 2009 inaugural parade marked the first time an openly gay and lesbian group had been invited to march in an inaugural parade. the band will include up to 280 musicians from 27 states and the district of columbia. and earlier today, kate, you did hear the president -- i want to bring kate in for a second. the president did make a very powerful statement calling for equal rights for gay and lesbians, including the right to marry. >> it was an historic statement. >> you make up a good point. >> go ahead, lisa. >> a good point, which is diversity. as you go through, whether it's this particular band that we're seeing right now, the gay and lesbian association band, or whether you see native americans, or we saw, you know, the state of hawaii represented with two schools. obviously, the home state of president obama. but punahou and kamehameha, but just in terms of the diversity, the states, and also cultural diversity. we saw the chinese-american dancers. so that's the theme you're going to continue to see as this parade continues on, wolf and kate. >> interesting development. and the line that the president said, kate, you have it there. >> in his inaugural speech today, in referencing gay rights, he said, our journey is not complete till our gay brothers and sisters are treated like anyone else under the law. for if we are truly created equal, then surely we -- then surely the love we commit to one another must be equal as well. an historic statement to be made on a very big stage. >> an historic change of position on the part of the president. he did not start off his presidency feeling that way about that particular issue. he's evolved over the course of his presidency. he feels the rest of the country will come along. >> he now fully supports gay marriage in the united states. you see the vice president and the president, they are still there. they're watching this parade continue to unfold. up next, by the way, after the lesbian and gay band association, native american women warriors. they will be recognized. they will be celebrated as well. here they come. native american women warriors from pueblo west, colorado. this is the first recognized all native women veteran color guard. dressed in traditional jingle dresses as they're called with accessories of beadwork and feathers. lovely, lovely cultural moment here at this inaugural parade. >> following that, a town that we have heard a few times before. in referencing the white house. the little rock, arkansas, central high school band. they're up next. >> historic high school. in 1957, the high school saw the little rock nine. it is now an historic site. nine african-american students, persistence in attending the formerly all white central high school. the most prominent national example of the 1954 supreme court decision brown versus board of education. the little rock central high school marching band. >> impressive band, wolf. they should all become fund-raisers. the little rock students accomplished a huge task. they raised $100,000 to make this trip in just three weeks. >> let's take another quick break. as we go to break, let's listen to the little rock central high school band. rock central high school band. ♪ brought to you by bp and all of us who call the gulf home. >>> a tribute to the united states air force. they are beginning to walk by the president of the united states. the president honoring the u.s. air force and we should as well. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> the men and women of the united states air force. the u.s. air force academy, color guards, reserve companies, they are all here as the president salutes the men and women of the u.s. military, the army, the navy, the marine corps, they will be honored as well. you see the president saluting and applauding together with the vice president, chief of stf as the u.s. air force is there as well. up next, by the way, kate, is the grambling state university band. >> you've already met them. >> we did. i love this grambling state university band. we honored them last night. let's listen as they go by the president. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> there they go. the grambling state university band from louisiana. what an exciting moment this is. and this is the tuskogee airmen. the float is a tribute to the brave young men who were the first af vviators. they flew so courageously and brilliantly during world war ii. >> and as we saw earlier, some of the tuskogee airmen are guests with president obama. he's turning around right now to look at them. >> that's right. one of our colleagues. >> that's right. these are real american heroes and we salute them for what they did, pioneers, courageous in every step of the way. >> such an amazing story. >> did i ever tell you, jim acosta, that when i was at senior west high school outside of buffalo, new york, i, too, was in the marching band? >> wow. >> did you know that? >> what instrument? >> i have to tell you what i just did. i don't know how to take this news. >> releasing this information for the first time. >> happening
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Jan 21, 2013 5:30am EST
to introduce you to a magnificent first lady, michelle obama and the guy she hangs out with, my friend, president barack obama. [applause] hey. [applause] cominght you weren't out! i thought you weren't coming. but you changed your mind. [applause] >> hi, everybody. [applause] excuse our tardiness, but you know what? when stevie wonder has a few words to say to you, you don't rush stevie wonder. pardon our delay. [applause] thank you so much. thank you for that kind introduction. more importantly, thank you for your leadership. [applause] i love joe biden. [applause] i love jill a little bit more. [laughter] but i want to thank you both for making this journey so much more fun. our families have bonded and this has just been a phenomenal four years. i am ready to do four more with both of you. most of all, i want to thank all of you here tonight for everything you have done to bring this inauguration to life. this weekend has been such a wonderful celebration for our people, and for the future, and we know that none of it could have happened without all of you. that is why it is
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Jan 20, 2013 11:00pm EST
>> live and in hd, this is abc 7 news at 11:00, on your side. >> for the second time, barack obama takes the oath of office and he'll do it again hear on the steps of the capital in front of the entire nation. we may not see as many people around the excitement is in the air. we will get to steve ruden with what to expect temperature-wise but first we go to tom because it is such a big night. >> the official ball is tomorrow but there are many balls underay. the big crowd is here -- this is the maryland state ball here at national harbor. we were at a state bsallall in arlington as folks celebrate innaguration weekend. >> i barack hussein obama solemnly swear. >> he was officially sworn in today and joe biden tokok the oath of foficeoffice and tomorrow is the parade. some say a second innaguration doesn't matter as much as most -- >> it is a big deal to have an african-american get reelected. >> many say they will be there. >> it will be crowded on the metro but it will be fine. >> a million fewer people are expected -- but it will be crowded. many spots will be shut down not just for cars but pedestrians. >> some will stay away. >> the weather will be brutal. >> maryland had a bigger ball with crab cakes and tv's showing the ravens. >> i missed it four years a go. >> meredith smith has a plan. >> i will embrace the cold and wait. >> even marylands' governor has tips. >> i take them up my coat -- >> martin o'malley says a second innaguration is a big deal. >> the reelection was a more historic accomplishment. >> here are some of the crowd for maryland state ball. this ball goes until 1:00 am but many leave earlier to head downtown for festivities. the best advoiceice is to leave plenty of extra time. there are a lot of road ssds closed and yo uwant to deal with any unexpected delays. >> a candlelight celebration was held at the national building museum. mr. and mrs. obama joined mr. and mrs. biden. not everything went as planned. >> a truly magnificent michelle obama and the man she hangs out with, my friend president barack obama. >> the president and the first lady eventually did walk out. [laughter] >> and mr. obama addressed the crowd and thanked his supporters. >> make sure you know what we're celebrating -- is not the election or the swearing in of a president. what we're doing is celebrating each other and this incredible nation we call home. >> the president told supporters he'll need them to work hard to accomplish his many goals, among them immigration reform. this photo of kathy laneer addressing officers -- they will be part of the huge number of people keeping the innaguration as safe as possible. traffic has been tough across the district. we've found backups all over town and you'll need to be patient. the chief has said there will be lots of signage and lots of people on hand to helpcluding at our website. and we have some additional changes -- taking a cab will be more expensive. there is a one dollar fee hike for each passenger to kick in from 4:00 am until midnight. and we have the metro changes on our website at wjla.com and speaking of the metro, if you want one of those smart trick cards, they are sold out. the transit agency had 100,00 0 special cards. anyone who ordered online can get there,sir's, but the question is -- how cold will it be tomorrow? if you plan to head out? let's get to steve ruden. >> we saw a beautiful day outside, lower 60's. different story for tomorrow. the first of two cold fronts coming through and clouds withll gradually increase in the midday and late afternoon. temperatures at 40 degrees at 3:00 and they fall in the dinnertime hour. but we don't expect accumulation. winds will increase and wind chill factors on tuesday -- single digits to the teens. how long will the cold weather stick around? >> if you are a visitor you may want to move before then. our coverage begins at 4:30 and then we team with abc news for the best inaguration coverage around. but first we want to get to the other big story. the baltimore ravens are heading to the superbowl. >> can you give us an amen? >> it will be harbaugh vs. harbaugh and they're calling it the harbowl. about an hour ago john's ravens took care of business in foxboro. joe flacco to antawn bolden, and the ravens go on, after the patriots turnover, flacco again. baltimore did not back off. how about that. they celebrate and tom brady throws the ball, it is picked, elerbeelerbee with the interception. ray lewis, still playing. harbaugh and harbaugh in the superbowl. >> what is your emotion? >> i'm ad a loss for words. in the same situation as last year but we didn't want to be denied. and i mean -- i am at a loss for words. my first ever superbowl. >> the ravens riding the emotion of ray lewis. we'll have more from foxboro later on in sports. >> let's hope he plays like it isn't his first time. we take a serious turn to prince geor county. a 16 year old boy shot and killed stepping out of a birthday party. what do we know about the search for the killer. >> for no clear reason, a peaceful birthday party for a young girl turned deadly. >> the joy of a celebrating of a birthday party was shattered after a young man attending the party was gunned down. steve geverd lives nearby and heard the gunfire. >> in the house -- i wasn't there five minutes and it sounded like gunfire. >> moments after shots rang out he thought he saw what could have been the suspect. >> i didn't see drugs or alcohol and the kids were well-mannered and well-dressed. it didn't seem like a problem. >> frederick sims lived her a generation. >> things are getting all over. you don't know what to do. >> he said a number of young men were seen arguing but police have not determined a motive. >> we don't have any of it down here at all -- never had one problem in 20 years. >> police have strong leads, but the suspect is on the run. >> thank you. on to another investigation, an officer-involved shooting killed two dogs ant 8th and sheridan streets. a child was bitten by a dog but it is not clear what led the officer to shoot and kill the dogs. new information in connection with that hostage standoff in africa. dozens of bodies were found today and we'll tell you what was waiting for investigators. and tragedy in new mexico. who police believe killed two adults and [ male announcer ] verizon fios is the fastest internet in america. just ask pc mag. 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it won't be as cold as it could eventually get. a few clouds rolling in and we move through the early morning hours and increase during the mid-day and late afternoon. 39 degrees -- and the wind chill feels like 34 and the high today 62 degrees at reagan national airport. 8 degrees shy of the record 20 degrees above average. weatherbug network -- 14th and k, a lot of folks down there. highs in the lower 60's. huntingtown near 48 degrees. and temperatures slowly fall -- only 21 in oakland maryland, and the lower 40's in southern maryland. if you're looking for the really cold air go to the north and west. zero at minneapolis. it will move our way and something we haven't seen much of. temperature change -- 25 to 30 degrees colde rin pittsburg and detroit. 12 below in minot, 9 degrees below in fargo. the cold air is away from us but outdoors, be prepared. high pressure builds -- to move through tomorrow. we may see a few flurries that won't add up to much. our temperatures are going to fall and i think this forecast model -- a little underestimated temperatures. we will see temperatures in the 20's. wind chill factors even colder than that. 28-35 degrees and we see some sunshine. definitely button up. 37-42 but temperatures will fall in the late afternoon -- highs will only be in the middle to upper 20's and wind chill factors in the teents, ands, and nightime lows in the mountains in the single digits. we are four years ago -- it was bitterly cold. wind chill factors in the teens. >> it is january. football weather. >> a lot of people celebrating tonight. >> championship sunday is in the history book. the harbaugh family has reservations for new orleans. we have the >> and now the toyota sports desk. brought to you by your local toyota dealers. >> hey jim congratulations. >> that was jon harbaugh to his brother before tonight's ball game. the 49ers had just beaten the falcons and now they are headed to new orleans for a family reunion. ray rice takes it left side. he goes in for the touchdown and the ravens a 7-3 early lead. the patriots got it back. he finds wes welker. 10-7, new england. 13-7, patriots at the half. flacco t0o bolden. ravens up 21-13. then flacco again. ravens led it 28-14. you can't criticize him anymore. flacco can play. brady throws it. the ball is picked off and ball game 28-13 and ray lewis is still playing, and harbaugh vs. harbaugh in the superbowl. >> we want to thank you to be in this position.we have we had adverse moments. to god be the glory man. we did what people said we wouldn't do. >> what can you say about being down six? what did you say to each other. >> we knew we had one half left and we had to get it together and put together a better game plan. >> what a great moment. we've had -- you've heard so much inspirational stuff and started off the team prayer with the word "love" which means more then what we think about. it was a team vacotry. the team, the team. that is what wins ball games. >> he said he knew the ywere about to score the title then he saw the fans and thought, if it's this crazy here, i can't wait to get to baltimore. >> thank you, brit. the georgia dome was rocking for the 49ers and falcons. matt ryan went for three touchdowns and this is 17-0, atlanta, way too easy. but the 49ers came back. big hole untouched. new hat, new shirt. the falcons were unable to answer. ryan to roddy white. interference, you bet it was. ball game, over and out. the 49ers go to the superbowl. >> it does validate our team and -- we said at the start therare are three superbowls to win and now we have another in two weeks. >> we have the right guy to lead us and now -- we're going to go and - -- we have one more and see what we do. >> jack will be in the stands. with the 49ers advancing two players will not go to the pro bowl. london fletcher and ryan kerrigan are going to hawaii. >> this is as good as it gets. a family feud. >> i saw the pictures in federal hill. they are partying. >> out there >> which dress with michelle obama choose? thsoe close to the process say what started with 20 designers areee down to two. the gowns are shuttled from new york to dc and because the designers don't have direct access, they have manequins made in their studio. a single appearance by a first lady in a designer's clothes >> a photo of the celebrations in baltimore. federal hill many were out celebrating the ravens were superbowl bound. did you know if we'd had the inaguration outside at noon, it would have been the warmest on record at 57 degrees. highs will be around 40. those temperatures only in the 20's. >> coldst look, every day we're using more and more energy. the world needs more energy. where's it going to come from? ♪ ♪ that's why right here in australia, chevron is building one of the biggest natural gas projects in the world. enough power for a city the size of singapore for 50 years. what's it going to do to the planet? natural gas is the cleanest conventional fuel there is. we've got to be smart about this. it's a smart way to go. ♪ ♪
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Jan 21, 2013 12:00pm PST
que datan de la Época. y cada vez mÁs se acerca el presidente obama y su esposa mÍchel, la gente no sabe en quÉ punto se bajaran, se hace como parte de la seguridad, de momento la gente se conforma con ver pasar en los autos, no sÉ si escuchan la ovaciÓn, vivimos un clima favorable, y en medio de extrema seguridad la gente disfruta de este momento. >>> y este es el momento, la gente estÁ entusiasmada, ondulando las banderas estadounidenses. >>> parece que tenemos algunos inconvenientes. >>> va el presidente acompaÑado, este quizÁs sea la Única oportunidad de verlo de cerca, despuÉs de horas y horas de espera, muchas personas viajaron desde diferentes puntos del paÍs, solamente para este momento, el desfile es uno de los eventos que ofrece oportunidad a personas que no tienen boleto para llegar y formar parte de este recorrido. >>> si carter hizo el recorrido a pie, ahora serÍa impensable, bajo las medidas de seguridad serÍa impensable, y una pesadilla. >>> creo que sÍ. >>> ¿por quÉ? >>> estamos menos seguro que antes. >>> estamos en un mundo mÁs complicado, y despuÉs
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Jan 20, 2013 11:00am PST
is growing over what michelle obama will wear. up next we'll talk to an author who has written a book about mrs. obama's unique style. >>> the first lady, michelle obama is known for many, many things, very calm demeanor, her dedication to health and fitness, her fantastic and enviable arpgs and her style. >> and as she celebrated her 49th birthday this past week, she was shorting a new hair style. it is all about the bangs. the nation simply abuzz after this photo was posted on twitter. she also turned some heads in a stylish tracy reece dress. at the democratic national convention, i don't know what that means, but i can't wait to find out. what will she wear on inauguration day. >> and tracy reece is just a very, very fabulous designer. we want to talk a little bit more about michelle obama's book, with kate betts, she is in new york. we're sorry you're missing out on the festivities here. usually i know we get a minute about what the first lady is going to wear on inauguration day. but this time around, no one knows, right? >> she keeps us waiting until the last minute. i'm s
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Jan 20, 2013 2:00pm EST
taylor. >> reporter: without twitter, facebook or cnn, news of emergencies travelled a lot slower in 1849. so there was no reason to explore the power vacuum at the time. in fact, atchison slept most of the day, tuckered out bay lot of last-minute business in the senate, some things never change. still, some of atchison's friends reportedly could not resist. >> that night, some of his colleagues in the senate woke him up in the middle of the night to ask him to appoint them the secretary of state and other members of the cabinet. >> all in good fun, it seems, but out in kansas they've got their story and are sticking to it even in you're not a believer in the legend of the 24-hour president of atchison. today of all days you should think of his legacy. >> that's the reason that president obama isn't taking any chances and is being sworn in on the day of his inauguration. >>> indeed. president obama has been sworn in for his second term and apparently the story of david rice atchison is history that will never repeat itself. i'm candy crowley on the national mall in washington. cnn's coverage of the president obama's nauseous continues now with my colleague, soledad o'brien and john berman. >>> hello there, welcome back, everyone, it is 2:00 p.m. on the east coast, 11:00 a.m. on the west coast, i'm john berman. >> and i'm soledad, o'brien, live in washington, d.c., with special coverage of president barack obama's inauguration if you're just tuning in, thanks for joining us on a very historic weekend. >> it is a beautiful, beautiful day here and cnn is covering every minute of the 57th presidential inauguration. >> and the president, barack obama, making history today, he was sworn in for his second term as president, just a couple of hours ago. it was a private ceremony at the white house. with chief justice john roberts, have a look. >> please raise your right hand and repeat after me. i, barack hussein obama do solemnly swear. >> i, barack hussein obama do solemnly swear. >> that will faithfully execute. >> that i will faithfully execute. >> the office of the president of the united states. >> the office of president of the united states. >> and will to the best of my ability. >> and will to the best of my ability. >> preserve, protect and defend. >> preserve, protect and defend. >> the constitution of the united states. >> the constitution of the united states. >> so help you god. >> so help me god. >> congratulations, mr. president. >> thank you, mr. chief justice, thank you so much. [ applause ] >> thank you, sweetie. >> hey. thank you. i did it. all right. thank you, everybody. >> the president hugging his wife, the first lady, and his daughters, malia and sasha after taking that oath. he's going to do it again, he'll take the public ceremony oath and give his second inaugural address tomorrow, he's only the 17th president in u.s. history to make a second address. >> president obama followed the swearing inned to today with a wreath-laying ceremony and the martin luther king jr. memorial. vice president joe biden was also sworn if for his second term in office. >> the ceremony took place this morning at the naval observatory, which was the vice president's official residence. the swearing in oath was performed by sonia sotomayor. mr. biden, are you ready? >> please place your hand on the bible and raise your right hand and repeat after me. i, joseph r. biden junior do solemnly swear that i will support and defend the constitution of the united states. >> that i will support and defend the constitution of the united states. >> against all enemies, foreign and domestic. >> against all enemies, foreign and domestic. >> that i will bear true faith and allegiance to the same. >> i will bear true faith and allegiance to the same. >> that i take this obligation freely. >> that i take this obligation freely. >> without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion. >> without mental reservation or purpose of evasion. >> and that i will well and faithfully discharge. >> and that i will well and faithfully discharge. >> the duties of the office on which i am about to enter. >> the duties of the office on which i am about to enter. >> so help me god. >> so help me god. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> and thus, vice president joe biden began his second term in office. he will also take the oath again tomorrow in the public ceremony. the vice president traveled with president obama afterwards to arlington national cemetery and together, they took part in the traditional wreath-laying ceremony there. >> dan lothian is on the south lawn of the white house. dan, the president is now basically two hours into his second term. i was going to ask, what happens now? obviously it's all moving toward the big day tomorrow. what's going on? >> that's right. well you know this is a little down time for the president after a very busy day next up for the president and the vice president tonight, both of them will be attending a candlelight service at the national building museum here in washington. caps off again a very busy day that started. the president and vice president laying a wreath at arlington national cemetery and the president attending an african-american in the district and the swearing in ceremony that you pointed out a few seconds ago where the president surrounded by a few close family members and friends taking the oath. the interesting moment i think came at the very end, where the first daughter sasha said to the president. that he didn't mess up. the president acknowledging some relief saying that quote, i did it. this of course is in reference to four years ago when there was a flub during the very public official ceremony swearing in ceremony at the capitol. there was some questions about whether it was legitimate, so they had to redo it again here at the white house. so no flubs today. now the big push comes to tomorrow, where that big ceremony happens at the capitol, where hundreds of thousands of people will be able to watch the oath being administered there. >> sasha was simply hilarious. your kids, they never let you forget. >> that's true. >> what's up for the rest of the day? >> can you repeat that. >> he's got a lot of time this afternoon. what's on schedule for the rest of the day? what do you do before you speak before 800,000 people? and is the speech done? maybe you spend the rest of the day working on your inaugural speech. >> that's right. the last time i checked, i was told by a white house official that the president with a in the final stages of his speech. this is something that he has been working on for so many hours. and it's been described by aides that the president has been sitting down and doing this longhand, with a lot of those yellow notebooks. writing it out. john fabro, the president's chief speechwriter working with the president on this speech. we don't know how long the speech will be. i know that four years ago it was about 18 minutes or so. we're expecting it will be somewhere in that neighborhood. but again, this is something the president still working on and will be making tweaks on the speech we're told by white house aides right up until the time of delivery. >> and once he does deliver it we'll be parsing it for a long, long time. dan lothian. thank you. >> two hours into the second term right now. the center of much of the activity this weekend has been right here where we're sitting on the national mall. where many folks have been performing volunteer service and gathering to celebrate this 57th inauguration. >> you can see the crowds, they're still sparse, tomorrow of course it will be absolutely packed. but it's much bigger than it was yesterday and even this morning. a part of that is because the day is so beautiful. it's a perfect day, cnn anchor, washington native, suzanne malveaux. it seems the excitement is building leading up of course to tomorrow's big day. >> all right. so what's interesting here about a camera, what's exciting is people always love to be around you. and of course they can see our camera position. they see the screens, there's a whole bunch of excitement here. little bit of feedback. we've got folks from all over the country here. it's not the same kind of crowd as last go-round. there were a lot more people. but these folks, there's so much enthusiasm. where are you from? >> washington, d.c. >> washington, d.c. home-grown here, right. you were here last go-round? >> yes. >> and who's this? >> this is knox. >> was he here last go-round? >> i was pregnant with him. he was in my belly at inauguration. >> now tell me what that was like. it was freezing. and you were pregnant. how did that go? >> i was pregnant, so it was cold, but once we got off the metro, we were stuck in l'enfante plaza for an hour and a half. but after that, it was great. >> you're come back for a second go-round, what does it mean to you? >> it's great. we're excited that our home city d.c., gets to celebrate this. >> let's talk to folks from out of town. where are you from? >> new jersey. >> you guys are all bundled up. >> last time it was cold. it was cold the last time. >> we were expecting like below freezing weather and now it's all beautiful and sunny. do you remember the inauguration from last time? >> i kind of do. >> you do, how old are you now? >> 12. >> you're 12 now, what's your name? >> rob taylor. >> what do you remember from the last time? >> i remember it was really cold and we were walking a lot. >> you were walking a lot. and this one, i'm told, she was in a stroller, is that right? >> we had her in a stroller, it was so cold. but we had to be part of history and we enjoyed being here as a family and we're glad to be back. >> and where are you from? >> beaumont, texas. >> texas fans in here. >> and love the outfit here. >> why, thank you. what do you want from the president? what are you hope to feel, or expect from him a second go-round. >> enjoyed what i felt in the first go-round, some more of the same. some more of the same. this is a wonderful day, we're so proud to be here. again this year. my family, my son and my husband and all of us are just so happy to be here together. and see something, another historic moment. >> does it feel the same? is it history being made a second go-round? >> absolutely. >> as much hope and change as we had? a lot of people -- >> no doubt about it. any time. 2008, 2012 13, it's still feels wonderful. >> it feels like four years ago? >> yes. >> yes. absolutely. >> ail will bit warmer, huh? >> yes. for all of you guys. >> well, where are you all from? >> philadelphia. >> tennessee. >> new orleans. >> they're from all over and they've come here and obviously a little bit better than the last go-round. you know, as much as enthusiasm as last time. but a lot better weather. >> san francisco! >> obama! [ cheers and applause ] >> the weather is nicer, it's much easier to be happy about standing out on the mall. when it's freezing. it makes it a little bit challenging. >> it's a great crowd, it is a beautiful day. we want to look at other news making headlines today. >>> right now u.s. lawmakers says algerians quote decided they were going to handle it their way to end the deadly hostage crisis. 23 hostages were killed in that number is expected to rise. algeria ras not released the nationalities of the dead. 11 freed hostages received medical treatment at a u.s. naval base in italy. >>> back here in the u.s., five people are recovering after being wounded in accidental shootings at gun shows in north carolina, indiana, and ohio. in north carolina, three people were hurt when a shotgun went off as a gun owner unfastened a case. a sheriffs deputy was among those injured. in ohio, a man is in stable condition after being accidentally shot by his business partner. and in indiana, a man shot himself in the hand while loading a firearm. turning to what a lot of people here are thinking about now -- sports, two games today in the nfl will determine who goes to the super bowl. the atlanta falcons will host the san francisco 49ers. after that, the baltimore ravens go to new england, to play the patriots. the winner of each of these games goes to the super bowl. in two weeks. >> the patriots. >> i try not to think about it. >> how are you -- >> i get too nervous if i start thinking about it don't bring it up. >>> an estimated 800,000 people are expected to attend tomorrow's inaugural ceremony, next a behind-the-scenes look at the measures to keep visitors like those behind us today, safe. back in a moment. 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[ male announcer ] one pill each morning. 24 hours. zero heartburn. >>> welcome back. everybody, president obama was sworn in for a second term earlier this afternoon. he got some big hugs from his wife and his two daughters. there are some people who are not so happy that he won the election. thak a look at the poll numbers, a new cnn/"time" magazine/orc poll, shows the president's approval rating is 55%, 43% disapprove of the way he's doing his job. breakdown, 92% of democrats say they approve. 13% of republicans say the president is doing a good job. >> just 13% of republicans say the president is doing a good job. so how does he begin to bridge that gap? clark judge is with us right now. he's a speech writer who worked in the reagan white house, he's the founder and managing director of the white house writers group. so clark, you think the president needs to do something to reach across the aisle. to talk about the common themes that unite us. how do you do that? >> a good model for him would be bill clinton's inaugural address, or ronald reagan's second inaugural. both of those were similar kinds of political environments. congress was in the hands of the other party. or one house was, at least. and each of them was very gracious towards the other party. reached out, said things about the goodwill of the other party. >> the difference there is reagan could look back and talk about how the republicans worked with democrats to fix social security, bill clinton could look back and talk about the deficit reduction plan. other things they had done a little bit together. it's harder for president obama to do that because there's been so much polarization. >> polarization has been on both sides. it would be a good step for the president, i actually don't expect him to take it. to try to put that behind, to have at least a rhetorical frame for being more enveloping. obviously in the last few days, last week or so, he hasn't taken that tact. he's, he had his press conference about a week ago. he's had some, they've floated some stories about how they're going to have a more confrontational stand. and that seems to be the direction they're planning to take. nevertheless, at least if i were in their position, i would be saying, you need to rhetorically try to put that behind the country. if the opposition then doesn't take, reach out and pick up the mantle that you've offered to them, that's their problem. >> does the president have to refer to the bitterly divided country and congress? i mean you saw those poll numbers, they really reflect i think how not just people feel about their elected officials, but people in the country are feeling about some of the big issues, should he in the speech give a nod to i understand, that we're -- we're having this hostile partisan time? >> i would try to frame it in terms of where both, both sides are looking for a way to deal with some very difficult problems. at if viewing through a glass darkly. no one of us has the full answer and it's by working together that we'll find an answer that works for the country as a whole. that's the way i would frame it. i would do it a bit like in a sense, thomas jefferson did with his first, first inaugural. at that time, he had won after a long and bitter fight in the house of representatives. because there had been a tie in the electoral college and his first words as president, in his inaugural address were -- we are now all democrats, we are now all republicans. in in other words, he was doing just what i'm talking about. >> how much do you write for the now in an inaugural address? and how much do you write for history? >> both. you don't separate them. you're talking about the now in terms of what you, where the country is and where it needs to go. usually presidents in their second inaugurals and i've read them all, look back a bit. with satisfaction on the first term. but they also look forward. and there are some exceptions who draw more divided line. fdr in '33. i'm sorry, in the 1937 inaugural, after the '36 election, had a very polarizing inaugural. but that is, he was in a different political situation than president obama is now. how do you write? for president reagan did you write the first draft and he went through it and marked it up? did he spill his thoughts and interests to you and you wrote around that? how did that work? >> well each president does it differently. >> how did reagan do it? >> i was not involved in the reagan second inaugural. but there was always an interaction. i want to see these broad themes. and then he would look at it, sometimes with texts he'd look at it before anybody else did. he would add whole sections of texts. i can point to any number of speeches where he did that. and other speeches he would do editing. in the inaugural, it's a big speech and he would have spent a fair amount of time with it. >> clark judge, it's nice to have you with us. >> so interesting. >>> how does the public opinion of president obama at the start of his second term stack up against his predecessors? we'll take a look at that coming up next. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] you don't have to be a golf pro to walk like one. ♪ when you walk 10,000 steps a day, it's the same as walking a professional golf course. humana. health and well-being partner of the pga tour. >>> the crowds are building here. the energy level is so high here. it's a beautiful day here on the national mall. welcome back to our special coverage of the president barack obama's inauguration, live from the nation's capitol. i'm john berman. >> and i'm soledad o'brien. if you're just tuning in to join us, we appreciate you being with us. barack obama was sworn in this afternoon for a second term as president of the united states. >> the ceremony took place at the white house. with the chief justice of the united states, john roberts. >> please raise your right hand and repeat after me. i, barack hussein obama, do solemnly swear. >> i barack hussein obama do solemnly swear. >> that i will faithfully execute. >> that i will faithfully execute. >> the office of president of the united states. >> the office of president of the united states. >> and will to the best of my ability. >> and will to the best of my ability. >> preserve, protect and defend. >> preserve, protect and defend. >> the constitution of the united states. >> the constitution of the united states. >> so help you god. >> so help me god. >> congratulations, mr. president. >> thank you, mr. chief justice, thank you so much. >> he went off without a hitch this time around. >> i feel like there was the most knowing glance ever between those two men right there. >> the president of course going to be sworn in again tomorrow. the ceremony will be the public ceremony and protocol dictates when the inauguration day falls on a sunday, another public swearing in is to be held the very next day. >> so you know the spirits may be high on the national mall behind us, they most certainly are, but the mood in the nation is a really a little more mixed. the president enters his second term facing a fragile economic recovery in a nation deeply divided on some key issues. so what do the polls say about american sentiment at this critical time. cnn political editor, paul steinhauser is here with some answers. >> i think the crowd behind us would give the president about 100% approval rating. >> i think so. >> we want to look at how he stacks up with his predecessors who also were inaugurated a second time. the president has 55%. it's a little bit better than george w. bush four years ago at the start of his second term and better than richard nixon. but you can see the president's approval rating is a lot lower than some other predecessors like bill clinton, ronald reagan, lyndon johnson, eisenhower and truman. another way to see how he stacks up against his predecessors. look at this number. how things going in the country. 49% say things are going well in the country right now. how does that stack up against president bush four years ago? 58%. a higher number for clinton in his second tem and reagan in his second term. >> when you look at how the country is divided, one has to imagine and we've been told, that he's going to talk about a hopeful speech. a unifying speech. but not many more details than that. what kind of statistics do you see when we look at the divisions within the country? >> brand new numbers from cnn/orc. we asked if the country was more deeply divided now than in the past? 76% say yes. only 22% say no. here's another way to visualize it. here's the next number. we ask, do you hope that the the president's policies will succeed. democrats, overwhelmingly said yes. only four out of ten republicans hope that the president's policies will succeed. >> in some way tomorrow, we hear that president obama will acknowledge the divisions. >>> we talked about the president being sworn in already, well vice president joe biden was also sworn in for a second term in office. using the biden family bible. a very large bible. the oath was administered by supreme court justice, sonia sotomayor. >> the ceremony took place this morning at the naval observatory which is the vice president's official residence. listen. >> that i take this obligation freely. >> that i take this obligation freely. >> without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion. >> without mental reservation or purpose of evasion. >> and that i will well and faithfully discharge. >> and i will well and faithfully discharge. >> the duties of the office on which i am about to enter. >> the duties of the office on which i am about to enter. >> so help me god. >> so help me god. >> congratulations. >> thank you, thank you so very much. >> a chance to speak with justice sotomayor. she's written a new memoir and i asked her about some of the experiences that have made up who she is as a supreme court justice. you write about your years in the d.a.'s office. and you figure out that the difference between winning and losing came down to the appeal by a motion rather than fact alone. it was something abuelita would have told me without ever having gone to law school. >> and you say twas a breakthrough for you that to figure out putting passion and emotion into what you were arguing was in some ways i guess more important equally important, as the facts? >> equally as important. you know, it happens even now. when you have a discussion with a person, if you just give them the facts, it may lead them to your conclusion. but will you actually get them to take a step they may not want to take? in my experience, if you want to convince people, like juries, to do something that their gut might not want them to do, a, sit in judgment of another human being. and b, potentially send, have that person sent to jail, you have to convince them not only is this the right outcome under the law, if you don't have the facts proven in your case, they're never going to get there anyway. but you have to take them that extra step to make them feel it's okay what they're doing. because it's the right thing to do. >> is there a place for that philosophy at the supreme court? >> oh, but that's how we write our opinions. read every single supreme court opinion. it's not nearly as direct as i've just said it. but i can tell you the structure of every supreme court argument. of every supreme court not argument, but opinion. this is what the law means. and these are all the reasons it's that way. and then we turn to the arguments by the other side. and we explain why those don't hold weight. and in that explanation we explain why they also don't make sense. and that's almost every opinion that you'll read by the supreme court, whether it's in the majority or in the dissent, it's the same, i don't want to call it a formula. because each of us writes slightly differently. but it's the broad outline of what we're doing. we're trying to convince. and we're trying to convince that what we're doing is the right thing to do as well. >> the supreme court has several big cases ahead of it this year. on friday, the high court announced they're going to hear appeals in the case of a massive ponzi scheme. also ahead, designers from around the world are paying very close attention of course, to the presidential inauguration. especially what the first lady is wearing. >> that's the understatement of the century. that's because an apparent appearance by the first lady in a specific dress is like winning the lottery for a designer. we'll tell you all about it, when we come back. >>> it is the inaugural weekend here, there's a lot going on and we have full coverage here on cnn. but first, a few other headlines, in bulgaria, a man is in custody after he ran up to an opposition leader and pointed a gun at his head. am ahmed dogan grappled with the attacker. the gun did not go off. >>> here in the u.s., the massachusetts attorney general's office is announcing the arrest of a chemist who worked at the state crime lab in amherst. sonia feaic is charged with possessing drugs. at amherst lab analyzes controlled substances seized by police. and baseball great, san, the man, musial has passed away at the age of 92. he decide saturday evening of natural causes. musial played 22 years in the majors, each and every one of them with the st. louis cardinals. he retired in 1963, and he is a legend of the game no question, one of the best ever to play and one of the classiest. he was never thrown out of a single game in 22 years in 2011, barack obama awarded musial the presidential medal of freedom. >> there's no red carpet, but there is a very long parade route and in fact the pomp and circumstance of the inauguration kind of takes on a hollywood feel. the anticipation is growing over what michelle obama will wear. up next we'll talk to an author who has written a book about mrs. obama's unique style. >>> the first lady, michelle obama is known for many, many things, very calm demeanor, her dedication to health and fitness, her fantastic and enviable arpgs and her style. >> and as she celebrated her 49th birthday this past week, she was shorting a new hair style. it is all about the bangs. the nation simply abuzz after this photo was posted on twitter. she also turned some heads in a stylish tracy reece dress. at the democratic national convention, i don't know what that means, but i can't wait to find out. what will she wear on inauguration day. >> and tracy reece is just a very, very fabulous designer. we want to talk a little bit more about michelle obama's book, with kate betts, she is in new york. we're sorry you're missing out on the festivities here. usually i know we get a minute about what the first lady is going to wear on inauguration day. but this time around, no one knows, right? >> she keeps us waiting until the last minute. i'm sure there's about 10 or 20 designers on pins and needles tonight or you know, kneeling down and saying a prayer, please let michelle obama wear my dress tomorrow. it's very exciting, we saw her this morning as you can see, wearing a reed kraikoff dress at the swearing in. i've heard there's about 10 or 20 designers who were asked to submit ideas to her for tomorrow. >> wow. that's like a competition here. what's, why are they all going for this? what is the power of michelle obama's style? >> well you know, i think every first lady makes an impression, whether she intends to or not. and michelle obama has really embraced style as a way for her to express the sort of emotional tenor of the white house. and you know, whether she's wearing something really glamorous, like the michael kors gold lame dress she wore to the kennedy center recently. or this great bright color that she always wears, she sends a really strong message of optimism, of you know, her own personal femininity and power. and i think it's, it's great. and people look to her as, as a role model, obviously on so many levels. but i think people look for the kind of signs that come from her style. >> it's not only of course which designer do you end up picking, right? it's also the price point. it's also is it something new. or something you've worn before. all of these things send messages, right, kate? >> yeah, i mean i think very, if you think back to the last inaugural swearing in, when she held up the j. crew glove and waved. and you know, that's something that everybody has either heard of or seen at the mall or has bought something at j. crew, it was a sign that she was accessible and she was somebody that people could relate to. not wearing something that nobody could afford. or nobody had ever heard of before. >> and i think she's done a really beautiful job of balancing that out. being both glamorous -- sorry. >> when we talk about style with michelle obama, how does that compare with the discussions we've had about other first ladies. >> it's interesting, first ladies either embrace this as a way to sort of send a message to people. or they shy away from it and they wear a very formal kind of washington dress code. the think about michelle obama. she dresses to stand out. many first ladies have dressed to fit in. so we don't remember their style. and therefore, i think you know, we live in a very visual culture. if we don't remember their style, we don't have a visual image of them. it's sometimes hard to remember exactly what they did in the white house, or what their contribution might have been. >> it's a beautiful day here, i know it's been nice in new york. but tomorrow it's supposed to be much, much colder, and that's got to play a role in what the first lady picks. because if you're not dressed appropriately. it could have serious consequences. >> i know for a fact at the last swearing in. she had picked something by a young designer that wasn't lined or made of a fabric that was very warm. so she wasn't able to wear it and she wore the isabelle toledo coat and dress that we know so well now. that's a very important lesson for designers. line the clothing that you submit to the first lady for the inaugural swearing in. >> can we ask about the bangs? i feel like the bangs is one of the most major developments to hit washington in months here. what do you make of that? >> well, maybe she wanted to take the focus off what she's wearing. i have a theory that she might repeat something that she's worn before. not necessarily what she wore four years ago, but maybe she wanted to use her new hairstyle to kind of take the focus off the actual clothing that she's going to be wearing. or maybe she wants to take the focus off the actual designer's name of the clothing that she's wearing. i think it's a great look. it's very youthful. it's very on trend. because this hairstyle is the hairstyle of the moment. it's called the chop or the bob or you know, this very blunt cut with the bangs. so i guess she's trying to embrace her trendy side. >> maybe she just wants bangs. >> you mock me, but there's an entire theory around the bangs. >> i kind of mock you, i think she's just beautiful. she looks good in bangs, too. kate betts, thanks for talking with us. >> we're going to ask this question now, great to see you, kate this question now, what is it like in the white house? around inauguration day? >> we'll talk to a man who has been there, we're back in a moment. 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Jan 20, 2013 6:00am PST
night it was party time. first lady michelle obama and daughters sasha and malia hosted an event for military families. usher and katy perry attended. >>> a bloody end to the hostage crisis in al year ya. and stunning video from bulgaria. here it is. a man pulls a gun on a political leader. no shots were fired. >> very scary moment. let's begin with the second inauguration of barack obama. he came here four years ago amid high hopes and great expectations. but the second time around, well, there will definitely be a different feel as he takes the podium and in gnawing rated four more years, delivers his speech. many will be watching to see where this nation goes the next four years. >> i barack hussein obama do solemnly swear. >> he carried the hopes and dreams of the millions who voted for him. excitement, wonder and passion electrified the packed crowd on the national mall. >> i stand here today humbled by the task before us, grateful for the trust you have bestowed, mindful of the sacrifices borne by our an seft ors. >> the mood in washington that night ecstatic as the new preside
ABC
Jan 18, 2013 4:30am EST
michelle obama is showing off a new hairdo on the captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> welcome back. 4:42. glad you took off your sunglasses and your hat. >> i will need them later. we've got a few snowflakes out there right now it, just a little energy and wraparound on the backside. there you see on live super doppler along 270 towards gaithersburg and montgomery county, a couple snowflakes, but nothing significant. we are done with this system. it is pulling out and skies are clearing out. we will cool down. 35 degrees at dulles a 36 in gaithersburg 34 in frederick culpeper is at 37 degrees. we will slowly warming throughout the day with a northwest wind. it will feel colder than the 30 that you see on the thermometer. high temperature around 39 today. 40's for the weekend. a cold blast of arctic air is on the way. more details on that coming up in a little bit. first let's a check on traffic and weather jamee. it's friday. >> we are happy about that. a relatively quiet start. 270 in gaithersburg doing ok as far as traffic. no problems. we are w
NBC
Jan 20, 2013 8:00am EST
at michelle obama's legacy as first lady >>> presidential pillow cases, sog socks and cupcakes, how you can find presidential memorabilia. we have you covered. the capital one cash rewards card gives you 1% cash back on all purchases, plus a 50% annual bonus. and everyone but her likes 50% more cash, but i have an idea. do you want a princess dress? yes. cupcakes? yes. do you want an etch-a-sketch? yes! do you want 50% more cash? no. you got talent. [ male announcer ] the capital one cash rewards card gives you 1% cash back on every purchase plus a 50% annual bonus on the cash you earn. it's the card for people who like more cash. what's in your wallet? i usually say that. >>> good morning. it's sunday, january 20th, 2013. i am richard jordan. in the news today president obama will take the oath of office for his second term of commander in chief. the president will be sworn enduring a private official ceremony at the white house today and he will use michelle obama's family bible. and joe biden just wrapped up taking the oath of office for his second term, and sotomayor swore himn
Univision
Jan 18, 2013 6:00am EST
edicion le contamos que la primera dama michelle obama esta de cumpleaÑos, hoy 17 de enero celebra sus 49 aÑos, y para conmemorarlo su equipo ha creado una nueva cuenta de twitter, @flotus... reemplazando asi a la que tenia anteriormente @michelleobama. desde @flotus disponible en twitter el equipo de la primera dama publicara actualizaciones y fotos de sus actividades, cuando sea michelle obama directamente quien los escriba estaran firmados con sus iniciales "mo"
CSPAN
Jan 20, 2013 12:00am EST
doing. god bless you. [applause] >> first lady michelle obama and jill biden hosting a kids' inagural ball for children of men and women serving in the military. to honor and celebrate the service and sacrifice of the military as part of the official inaugural activities. the first lady's book to the audience at the washington convention center. -- spoke to the audience at the washington convention center. >> good evening. i am a fourth grade student in newport news, virginia. my mother is in the navy. i am honored to introduce this evening dr. jill biden, the second lady of the united states. [applause] dr. biden is married to the vice-president, joe biden. had she is a mother and a grandmother. and she is a great teacher, too. she teaches english at a community college in northern virginia. she is a strong supporter of military families, along with the first lady, michelle obama, dr. biden started encouraging us to support military families like mine terry ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, clique welcome the second lady of the united states, dr. jill biden -- like mine. ladies a
Univision
Jan 21, 2013 6:30am EST
orgullo para todos los latinos que residen en los estados unidos... la primera dama, michelle obama, se ha caracterizado por su elegancia al vestir durante el primer mandato del presidente. y en un gran dia como hoy, los fashionistas y gurus de la moda estan a la expectativa de las galas que lucira, no solo durante la ceremonia de juramentacion, sino en el tradicional baile inaugural esta noche. el vestido que lucio en el 2009 cautivo a los conocedores del buen vestir... y usted, que piensa debe lucir la primera dama? entre a nuestra pagina de facebook noticias d-c, y envienos sus recomendaciones. es momento de hacer una pausa, pero volvemos en solo instantes con mas de esta edicion especial de noticias washington, con motivo de la toma de posesion presidencial. no se vayan!!!! y para concluir nuestra cobertura especial, hasta los niÑos tuvieron una noche especial, como parte de las actividades de la toma de posesion del presidente.. ademas del cantante usher y otros artistas los niÑos recibieron la visita sorpresa de varios presidentes pasados!! thomas jefferson, george washington, a
CBS
Jan 22, 2013 4:00am PST
>> reporter: michelle obama wowed the audiences at two inaugural balls in a ruby chiffon and velvet gown by jason wu. but the celebration was not as grand as 2009 which saw the president and first lady attend ten balls. >> now that the parties are over the work on president obama's second term begins. susan mcginnis with more on that. good morning. >> reporter: anne-marie, good morning. yes, item number one is the debt limit. we learned on monday that the house will vote tomorrow on raising the debt ceiling for a period of three months, and the republicans have made a big concession. they had their dance and took a moment to savor the scene. now it's time to get back to work. in his inaugural speech, the president called on both parties not to let politics get in the way of governing. >> we must act knowing that our work will be imperfect. we must act knowing that today's victories will be only partial. >> reporter: so republicans are offering a compromise on the debt ceiling. house gop members are backing off a requirement to cut $1 of spending for every dollar the debt ceil
ABC
Jan 21, 2013 4:00am PST
the issue everyone in washington has been discussing. >> i love michelle obama. to address the most significant event of this weekend, i love her bangs. >> reporter: hours earlier, at the white house, his second term officially began, as the president took the oath of office, in a private white house ceremony. >> so, help me, god. >> reporter: as michelle and daughter, malia, beamed, 11-year-old daughter, sasha, encouraged her dad. >> good job, dad. >> reporter: all weekend, workers have been preparing the capitol, the national mall, and the parade routes for the influx of spectators that descended upon washington to watch president obama be sworn in a second time. >> the theme of this year's inauguration is, our people, our future. >> reporter: while the president plans to look at the future, he'll pay tribute to the past. he'll be sworn in on two bibles. one used by abraham lincoln. and one, fittingly on this day, used by dr. martin luther king jr. the president will celebrate at two inaugural balls, versus the ten held four years ago. even if there's less fanfare, the day will no
Univision
Jan 21, 2013 7:00am EST
, michelle obama, y su familia, que participará de este desfile que inicia después de la ceremonia de juramentacion. >>se anticipa que participarán 8 mil personas. se le llama el desfile del pueblo, pues no se precisan entradas, es el trayectoria desde el capitolio a la casa blanca. miles podrán presenciar esto sin necesidad de una entrada, por eso es que se le llamada desfile del pueblo. mucha expectativa, contentos de estar participando de este hecho histórico >>muchas gracias, blanca rosa, luis mejid y lourdes melouza. >>ya que estamos hablando del estado del tiempo, puede que después de todo barack obama cumpla una promesa que hizo en campaña en colorado. en septiembre dijo que en esta ocasion la juramentacion se dara en temperatura más cálidas, no como ocurrio hace cuatro años. >>el mercurio estaría sobrepasando los 40 para el mediodía. >>y el jefe de la nación no escapó de hacer un comentario sobre el peinado de la primera dama, dijo que fue el evento más significativo de fin de semana. michelle estreno nuevo look, con su flequillo. dijo que ama a su esposa. >>la
ABC
Jan 18, 2013 4:00am EST
michelle obama, rocking a new look for her 49th birthday. >>> what just happened to those kids who were begging for a puppy? we'll find out. puppy? we'll find out. a whole new level online. it ctrating. it's hard to turn off and go back to sleep. intermezzo is the first and only prescription sleep aid approved for use as needed in the middle of the night when you can't get back to sleep. it's an effective sleep medicine you don't take before bedtime. take it in bed only when you need it and have at least four hours left for sleep. do not take intermezzo if you have had an allergic reaction to drugs containing zolpidem, such as ambien. allergic reactions such as shortness of breath or swelling of your tongue or throat may occur and may be fatal. intermezzo should not be taken if you have taken another sleep medicine at bedtime or in the middle of the night or drank alcohol that day. do not drive or operate machinery until at least 4 hours after taking intermezzo and you're fully awake. driving, eating, or engaging in other activities while not fully awake without remembering the event th
CNN
Jan 20, 2013 5:00pm PST
first lady. >> first lady michelle obama. >> reporter: when first lady michelle obama walked out on stage in that memorable white gown by jason wu, overnight the designer became a household name. take me back. >> it's me! >> reporter: so who will be the lucky one four years later? >> it is brilliant what she's done in keeping a secret, i have to say, because in the previous administrations while there's always interest in what the first lady wore, there was never this kind of red carpet moment. >> reporter: sources close to the process say what started out as a 20-designer field for the gown whittled down to two. two designers who have a shot at worldwide game. so who are they? likely a new york-based designer and quite possibly one emerging versus established. around thanksgiving, designers submit sketches. garments are made, fittings and more fittings. the gowns are sut shuttled back and forth between new york and d.c. and because these designers don't have direct access to the first lady, they have mannequins made in her likeness that live in the studios. >> some people would com
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